Hi, I am just starting to really get into math and I was wondering if there were any books for understanding math on a more intuitive level. I remember playing with blocks in like 2nd grade and you would put two lengths together to add. If you put a number of same sizes blocks together you would be a rectangle or a square if the values were equal. You can see this visually in the proof (a+b)^2 = a^2+2ab+b^2 if you actually split up the length of each side by two parts. But this doesn't really work ( or does it? ) when you start applying this idea of multiplication to other things like f=ma it doesn't make any sense. Another one I noticed is that the volume of a sphere is the integral of its surface area. I can't put this idea into words but i get the jist of it. Anyways I think would be really cool if see mathematics this way rather than a series of deductions and rules. If mathematics doesn't work that way, then oh well, but I am very curious!