Math For Video Games: The Fastest Way To Get Smarter At Math
Learn Math for Video Game Design & Coding through Solving fun Video Game Problems in 5 hours Only!
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Maths and video games go handinhand. Video games are a practical, challenging, and fun way to sharpen your math skills. What's more video games are like living math. From the graphics and physics, to the AI and movement games are full of interesting math.
You will build math skills from scratch, learning in a logical order and building on past successes. For each skill you will start from an interesting realworld problem. You'll always understand why you're learning a concept, and feel motivated to solve the problem in hand.
This course is the result a successful Kickstarter, and consistent demand from our community of hundreds of thousands of students worldwide. There is a real need to improve your math, not just for games, but for many areas of life. You'll be amazed how much more colourful the world looks as your math improves.
All the math you learn will be reinforced with quizzes. You'll write your own handwritten notes as you go, to help you remember your skills. We'll translate all math to pseudocode, so you can easily apply C#, C++, Python and any other modern language.
Join us on this exciting journey today.
Your Instructor
Gary is a selfproclaimed nerd who absolutely loves video games, maths, science, and technology.
He studied Computing & IT with the Open University and was first introduced to GameDev.tv in 2017, when he enrolled on the “Complete Unity Developer” course. Gary wanted to get serious about making games and a few months later he was a Unity certified developer and now runs his own indie game studio.
In his younger years, Gary worked as a professional musician and private guitar tutor and particularly enjoyed passing on his knowledge to others. So, when the opportunity arose to become a GameDev.tv instructor, he couldn’t pass up the chance to share his knowledge and passion with all of you
Course Curriculum (12+ hours)

PreviewWelcome To The Course (1:00)

PreviewAddition & Subtraction (4:36)

PreviewRounding (6:20)

PreviewMultiplication & Number Blocks (7:18)

PreviewDivision (9:30)

PreviewRemainders (7:32)

PreviewBODMAS (3:39)

PreviewQuiz 1

PreviewSquaring, Cubing & Powers (9:31)

PreviewSideways Calculators (6:09)

PreviewSquaring Decimals (4:23)

PreviewReversing Powers (7:40)

StartQuiz 2

PreviewCharts & Graphs 101 (8:46)

PreviewArea Under Chart 101 (6:31)

PreviewGradient Of A Line (6:10)

PreviewDistance, Speed & Time (6:08)

StartQuiz 3

PreviewRates Of Change (7:50)

PreviewThe Magic of e (7:07)

PreviewLogarithms 101 (8:52)

PreviewLogarithms  Changing Base (4:55)

PreviewFactorials & Permutations (7:22)

PreviewNumber Bases (7:06)

PreviewScientific Notation (11:31)

PreviewHow To Pass Your First Math Checkpoint (0:48)

StartQuiz 4

PreviewWhat Now?

StartIntroduction: Algebra & Equations (0:59)

StartAlgebra 101 (8:07)

StartInequalities (8:28)

StartPlotting Graphs (5:43)

StartGradient and Intercept (6:28)

StartLinear Equations (9:19)

StartQuiz 5

StartGraphing Simultaneous Equations (7:15)

StartSimultaneous Equations (Substitution) (5:23)

StartSimultaneous Equations (Elimination) (6:53)

StartParallel Lines (7:21)

StartQuiz 6

StartParabolas (4:47)

StartThe Quadratic Equation (3:53)

StartIntercept Form (7:52)

StartThe FOIL Method (4:28)

StartVertex Form (7:48)

StartQuiz 7

StartCompleting The Square Part 1 (5:37)

StartCompleting The Square Part 2 (7:02)

StartFactoring Quadratics (8:48)

StartLess than Two Roots (5:31)

StartSection WrapUp (1:13)

StartQuiz 8