Are you looking for **Educational Math Cartoon Videos**?

Recently I came upon this site http://www.whyu.org/, which is funded by the Goldman Charitable Foundation in partnership with the University of Central Florida.

These videos are designed to be used as collateral material for mathematics courses on the **K-12 and college levels**, and to be a resource for informal independent study. Rather than focusing on procedural problem solving, the objective is to give insight into the**concepts** on which the rules of mathematics are based. Once a student has gained a strong conceptual foundation, the material presented in math textbooks is much easier to digest and retain

An example of their Math cartoon on Infinite Series:

Hope you enjoy their videos!

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