Maths notation got you stumped? Try the triangle of power
A much simpler way to visualise and solve equations.
In mathematics, notation can be confusing: roots, exponents and logarithms all centre around the same idea, but each employs completely different notation.
Roots use position (such as a superscript digit), roots with a symbol and logarithms, with, well, the word "log".
It doesn't need to be this hard. So Grant Sanderson from 3Blue1Brown presents the triangle of power – a "lovely, symmetrical, utterly reasonable" way of describing these operations.