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I'm thinking of starting a yt channel which will have college math. I have questions.

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Professor Michael Penn has a second channel called Math Major you should check out, it’s pretty close to what you’re looking for
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Would definitely appreciate such proofs
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For sure! Above calculus I'm self directed, and supplements to undergrad classes would be rad.
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I wouldn't personally, but I'm not your target audience.  I do think a channel like that could find a pocket of internet to plant a flag on if it's consistent, well produced, well organized, and lucky (anything content creation is very luck-heavy).

I'd strongly advise against doing problems you found elsewhere, since they may be assigned to students and you might help them accidentally or intentionally cheat.  Writing proof questions is trickier though, of course.
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count me in.
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The first 2 years of undergrad at my uni are calculus, discrete maf, linear algebra, and statistics. That’ll grab all of your math minors, phys, engi students probably. Beyond that, analysis or or maybe graph theory and topology would be popular? As far as I am aware, real analysis 1 is usually where people drop out of math majors lol

Edit: number theory for sure lol, but I believe there are already a few good number theory proof channels
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The best thing you could is create videos where you’re showing how to solve problems with specific examples, step by step, and explaining what the best method could be to approaching it
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It seems to me that Mathologer's YouTube channel is pretty close to this. He concentrates on particular results that are of interest to amateur recreational math enthusiasts, not standard academic subjects, but he's close enough to the area that you're contemplating that it is worth watching a few of his videos.

The YouTuber "RedPenBlackPen" also goes through exercises, and is at least adjacent to the niche you are contemplating.
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I find it useful, but if you're doing it for views or to make money, I don't think you're going to get a lot of eyes on doing these type of exercises.

If it is solely to teach others, I'd say do it. I love seeing proofs and am sometimes too overwhelmed to do them myself.
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I'd love a channel like that!

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