In MatematicasVisuales you will find visual expositions of mathematical concepts. MatematicasVisuales intends to complement the work initiated by artiludios, a site with games, puzzles and mathematical curiosities. Reading Miguel de Guzmán I found a demonstration of the line of Simpson and the Steiner Deltoid. It serves as an introduction to the geometry section. The concept of function and its graphical representation are a key concept and we dedicate special attention to it in the analysis section. Geometric representation of the complex numbers facilitates its visualization. The representation of complex functions usually needs dimension fourth. Sometimes, this difficulty is avoided using colors with which useful and attractive representations are obtained. Thinking in who have to start learning probability we have this section about this subject. In the history section we approach mathematics through its history. I try to present the origin and growth of some mathematical concepts. Miguel Cardil made the design of matematicasvisuales.com. You can see more of his works in www.mcardil.com. Do not miss his Stick Figure Museum. The contents of MatematicasVisuales has been developed by Roberto Cardil.
7th January 2019
History: Kepler and the volume of a wine barrel (another look)
12th November 2018
Geometry: Pascal's Theorem
14th May 2018
History: Durer and the ellipse
7th May 2018
Geometry: Ellipses
2nd April 2018
Geometry and History
12th February 2018
Geometry: Pseudo Rhombicuboctahedron
29th January 2018
Geometry: Triangles
11th December 2017
Geometry: The World
19th November 2017
Geometry: Campanus' sphere
13th November 2017
History: Leonardo da Vinci
