Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Hello everyone! My name is Angelo, I am 16 and I have been into the world of science since I was a kid, when I used to look at my dad making some project with his soldering iron. Always searching for an answer to my why’s, never satisfied and longing to know more. You know, I used to be terrible at maths when I was in elementary school. My teacher was aware of my potential and just wouldn’t let me… Read more My First Blog Post →

Voltage and current are two very important quantities that we want to monitor in circuits to exactly know what’s going on. But what are they, and what is the difference… Read more Voltage and current | What are they? →

In this post I am going to explain step-by-step how to integrate the function xln(x). We can solve it by using integration by parts (click here if you want to… Read more Integral of xln(x) →

Hi everyone! I know it’s been a really long time since my last post, but lessons during COVID-19 really had me busy and stressed out… but here I am again!… Read more Integral of sec²(x)|Two ways →

Hi guys! Hope you are all doing well in these days of quarantine which is hopefully ending soon. I like to spend my time integrating and watching videos about calculus… Read more Integral of 1/sqrt(e^x-1) from ln(2) to infinity →

I’ll be honest: I had no idea how to do this at first, but then I thought that it was probably easier than I could imagine. What most likely blocks… Read more Definite double integral of sin(y²) →

In this post I will show you how to find the anti-derivative of the function f(x)=ln²(x). We are going to use integration by parts: Now we can write u times… Read more Integral of ln²(x) →

I am a big fan of blackpenredpen. This guy posts videos on Youtube about calculus and more. Some days ago I received a notification and this is what the thumbnail… Read more Integral with summations inside →

In my previous post we talked about i^i and we evaluated it. We found that the result is a real number, although you would expect it to be complex since i is an imaginary number. Is this the case for the i-th root of i? First of all, let’s write this as a power: Now, this is can also be written as We already know what i^i equals therefore, This means it’s simply the inverse of i^i, and so it’s a real number as well! If you use a calculator… Read more i-th root of i →