This video (https://youtu.be/9B2NFe3g6N4?list=PLuyk1nLMhRm5aDbWooRndCrV5BMK6woxe&t=33) is saying

in order to better visualize the cost function J, I'm going to ...

with the same structure, we could make this sentence

in order to better solve a problem

sounds uncommon, is something wrong?


"better" is also a verb:
His total of five gold medals is unlikely to be bettered.

You can also find the similar structure in the book of "Interdisciplinarity for the 21st Century" page 113, ( in order to better solve it)

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