Came across your channel a few days ago and I’m hooked. Your solutions to these complex problems have changed the way I approach a problem. Keep up the amazing work.

I don't exactly have pen and paper handy for most of these, but your solution was exactly what I imagined before I started! Almost. I was going to go into sin/cos/tan instead of the theorem. It was still very exciting! Even without using pen and paper, I've watched enough of your stuff to start planning solutions before I begin!

My methods are always choppy but i still gave it a try and i got 7.5, my reasoning was that the circle with a diameter of 3 (i'll call it circle A) was only half in the line so i just added the radius which is 1.5, then i did the same thing to the circle with a diameter of 6 (i'll call it circle C) but with the circle with a diameter of 4 (i'll call it circle B) because all of it was in the box i just added four. so heres my choppy equation (A/2)+B+(C/2) which = 7.5 obviously this didn't work though.

I never went far in math, didn’t need to for an accounting degree. Why is the answer 3 root 6 and not calculating the sqrt of 6 and multiplying it by 3; or 7.348469 (nice)?

I didnt solve it, but it loomks like a very easy appoach to nake a teiangle from the 3 centers and go from therre, knowing the location of the 3 and 6 circles center and a known triangles.

Next video can you show haircut without the cap

Which one did you cut?

Props to your barber, for making your hair looks exactly like a cap hat.

I got pretty much the right numerical value, but I did a bunch of stuff with sin and cos that I probably shouldn't have bothered with

make this bottom comment for no reason

You have a screwed up notion of “fun.”

Nice haircut! How exciting!

Time warp back decades to mathletes with this stuff, thanks Andy!

Make this another top comment for Andy’s stylish haircut

Andy, how are we gonna see your new haircut if you put on a cap?

Haircut Reveal When?

Came across your channel a few days ago and I’m hooked. Your solutions to these complex problems have changed the way I approach a problem. Keep up the amazing work.

Haircut looks important, let's put a box around it.

I don't exactly have pen and paper handy for most of these, but your solution was exactly what I imagined before I started! Almost. I was going to go into sin/cos/tan instead of the theorem. It was still very exciting! Even without using pen and paper, I've watched enough of your stuff to start planning solutions before I begin!

I think your haircut is lovely

Looking fresh

hey, i have a tough geometry question for you, you think you can solve it?

~7.3484692283

My methods are always choppy but i still gave it a try and i got 7.5, my reasoning was that the circle with a diameter of 3 (i'll call it circle A) was only half in the line so i just added the radius which is 1.5, then i did the same thing to the circle with a diameter of 6 (i'll call it circle C) but with the circle with a diameter of 4 (i'll call it circle B) because all of it was in the box i just added four.

so heres my choppy equation

(A/2)+B+(C/2) which = 7.5

obviously this didn't work though.

love the haircut 🙂

nice haircut

I never went far in math, didn’t need to for an accounting degree. Why is the answer 3 root 6 and not calculating the sqrt of 6 and multiplying it by 3; or 7.348469 (nice)?

New haircut looks good!!

How existential. Cool cut, Andy!

you look fabulous! 🙂

Good content. Good format.

cool and fresh

8.5

Cool!👍👍

Looking spiffy

Can't see the hair. 😭

i like how almost all of the videos of andy math are named "cool math challenge"

there's no way! you can't add purple root 6 to green root 6

very nice haircut sir

Which hair did you have cut? was it the one at the front?

“How exiting”

Loved the new haircut

HAIR. EXCITING.

Not my stupid ass thinking it was 6,5 💀

I used the exact same method this time. Easy.

I actually knew how to solve this. Seems like I'm learning thanks to your channel!

When he got 2√6 he could have just went 1,5+x+2√6+3. Then find the x and add 2√6 to it and voila.

❤

Can you solve why this should be the top comment instead?

The "How exciting" should have come after the "I just got a new haircut"

The haircut is fire 🔥

Done with school years ago but still love math questions

I didnt solve it, but it loomks like a very easy appoach to nake a teiangle from the 3 centers and go from therre, knowing the location of the 3 and 6 circles center and a known triangles.

Right triangle – as usual 😉

Take your cap off to let us see your new haircut, bro!

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