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Funny Fractions and Ford Circles Farey Sequences, Ford Circles...

Funny Fractions and Ford Circles

Farey Sequences, Ford Circles and a strange addition sign…

Featuring Francis Bonahon from the University of Southern California.

By: Numberphile.
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Why 82,000 is an extraordinary number This video brought to you...

Why 82,000 is an extraordinary number

This video brought to you by a book! Check out How Not To Be Wrong by Jordan Ellenberg for lots of Numberphile-style mathematics.

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Starting with Differentiability

My AP Calculus BC students will be starting off the academic year with me already having a few months of calculus under their belt.  They should already have a good understanding of limits and how that applies to the definition of the derivative.   382 palabras más

Embedding a Torus (John Nash) This videos features James Grime...

Embedding a Torus (John Nash)

This videos features James Grime with a little bit of Edward Crane.

By: Numberphile.

Nash Embedding Theorem

Featuring Edward Crane.

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Numbers with Meaning This video features Dr Sarah Wiseman from...

Numbers with Meaning

This video features Dr Sarah Wiseman from UCL on numbers that are familiar – and things that can go wrong in our brains.

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Playing Sports in Hyperbolic Space Dick Canary on baseball and...

Playing Sports in Hyperbolic Space

Dick Canary on baseball and golf in hyperbolic space. A second part soon, looking at soccer and more baseball.

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More Hyperbolic Sports Follows on from the previous video (last...

More Hyperbolic Sports

Follows on from the previous video (last week) about hyperbolic sports.

Featuring Dick Canary from the University of Michigan.

By: Numberphile.

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