Math

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What polls can actually tell us
/ 10 viewsAnd why they sometimes surprise us in presidential elections.Support our work. Become a Vox Member today: http://www.vox.com/membershipsSubscribe to our channel and turn on notifications () so you don't miss any videos: http://goo.gl/0bsAjOPolls seem to b

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Irrational Numbers  Math Antics Extras
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Comparing Decimal Numbers  Math Antics Extras
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Comparing Whole Numbers  Math Antics Extras
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How does maths influence our everyday life?  with Eugenia Cheng
/ 19 viewsThe world of mathematics is vast and connects with many aspects of our lives and you dont need a formal mathematical background to understand it.Buy Eugenia's book The Joy of Abstraction: An Exploration of Math, Category Theory, and Life here: https://gen

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The dungeon master's riddle  Alex Rosenthal
/ 20 viewsA group of adventurers has broken into your lair. Can you figure out who the cleric is before they start casting spells?Yet another party of adventurers has broken into your lair to slay your minions and steal your treasures. Judging by the trail of des

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The TITANIC is Related to Grilled Cheese?! Let's Connect the Dots!
/ 709 viewsWATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYfvkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYfvkCg?sub_confirmation=1Our theory is that everything is linked by just seven degrees of separation, and today were pu
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The Lazy Way to Cut Pizza  Numberphile
/ 57 viewsTom Crawford shows us a mathematical (but lazy) way to cut a pizza. More links & stuff in full description below A cakes and cutting playlist of videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt5AfwLFPxWKusrFky50yUbNDuUrxLWNzNumberphile Patreon: http://ww

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Why Democracy Is Mathematically Impossible
/ 49 viewsDemocracy might be mathematically impossible heres why. Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial and get 20% off an annual premium subscription.If youre looking for a molecular modeling kit, try Snatoms, a kit I invented wh

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The Real (Weird) Way We See Numbers
/ 55 viewsOne, two SUBSCRIBE so you dont miss a video! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub More info and sources below Would it surprise you to learn that fish and birds count in pretty much the same way that we do? And that infants can do math? Our animal brains deal with qua

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Why trees look like rivers and also blood vessels and also lightning
/ 46 viewsOverview is back on @pbsterra! Watch now : https://youtu.be/NYA6GF1uAa8Join us on Patreon! https://patreon.com/itsokaytobesmart More info and sources below Why do the same, selfrepeating patterns appear in trees, rivers, lightning, and even inside our ow

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Can you solve the basketball robot riddle?  Dan Katz
/ 77 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdYouve spent months creating a basketballplaying robot, the DunkOMatic, and youre excited to demonstrate its capabilities. Until you read an advertisement: See the DunkOMatic face human pla

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Something Strange Happens When You Follow Einstein's Math
/ 109 viewsEinstein was wrong about black holes, what else? Use code veritasium at the link below to get an exclusive 60% off an annual Incogni plan: https://incogni.com/veritasium A massive thank you to Prof. Geraint F. Lewis and Prof. Juan Maldacena for their expe

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The most dangerous problem in math
/ 105 viewsThe Collatz Conjecture is easy enough for almost anyone to understand but notoriously difficult to solve.

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Elastic knots are really mind bending
/ 84 viewsGive it a try at https://ground.news/SteveMould. If you sign up through my link youll get 40% off the Vantage plan which gives you unlimited access to every Ground News feature. Your subscription directly supports Ground News on their mission to make the

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Does math have a major flaw?  Jacqueline Doan and Alex Kazachek
/ 60 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/tededA mathematician with a knife and ball begins slicing and distributing the ball into an infinite number of boxes. She then recombines the parts into five precise sections. Moving and rotating th

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Watching Neural Networks Learn
/ 97 viewsA video about neural networks, function approximation, machine learning, and mathematical building blocks. Dennis Nedry did nothing wrong. This is a submission for #SoME3 My Links Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/emergentgarden Discord: https://discord.gg

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Why is this number everywhere?
/ 135 viewsThe number 37 is on your mind more than you think. Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial and get 20% off an annual premium subscription.Huge thanks to Tom Magliery for sharing his 37 collection with us. Support http://th

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The Craziest Fact I Know  String Around The Earth Puzzle
/ 148 viewsThe String girdling Earth is a mathematical puzzle with a counterintuitive solution. In a version of this puzzle, string is tightly wrapped around the equator of a perfectly spherical Earth. If the string should be raised 1 meter (3 ft 3 in) off the groun

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The Oldest Unsolved Problem in Math
/ 131 viewsDo odd perfect numbers exist? Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial, and the first 200 people get 20% off an annual premium subscription.If youre looking for a molecular modeling kit, try Snatoms, a kit I invented where

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Whos Eating All The Spiders?
/ 107 viewsStart learning with your free 30day trial of Brilliant at https://brilliant.org/MinuteEarthThe average human, in theory, eats 3 spiders a year. If you're not eating them and I'm not eating them, who is?LEARN MORE**************To learn more about this top

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How Did X Become the Unknown (and so much else)?
/ 84 viewsA truly Xcellent and Xceptional videoJoin our Patreon community: https://www.patreon.com/itsokaytobesmart More info and sources below Despite being one of the rarest letters in English, the letter X is everywhere. We sign letters with it, we rate movies

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Can you solve the magical maze riddle?  Alex Rosenthal
/ 114 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdToday is the annual wizard tournament featuring competitors from three schools, and youre in charge. The wizards have entered the maze and compete in your chosen events in utmost secrecy; only

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The Trillion Dollar Equation
/ 108 viewsThe most famous equation in finance, the BlackScholes/Merton equation, came from physics. It launched an industry worth trillions of dollars and led to the worlds best investments. Go to https://www.eightsleep.com/veritasium and use the code Veritasium f

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How to win at rock, paper, scissors #shorts  BBC Ideas
/ 95 viewsCheck out these tips for how to triumph at that allimportant game, rockpaperscissors.Watch the full film https://youtu.be/eXQNi8hA_yM?list=PLMrFMP68Wh7CbvUNmeHqFDvJ2DKQdFkMFind how to win at more stuff in our playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

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Making Bayesian statistics fun  With Sophie Carr at Ada Lovelace Day
/ 98 viewsWithin each of us lies a superpower: a tool that can transform our discomfort into confidence if we only acknowledge that hidden within us is a statistician trying to get out. Embrace the realm of Bayesian statistics, where uncertainty becomes a playgroun

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Popup tents are weirder than you think
/ 82 viewsClick the link https://www.kiwico.com/stevemould and use the codeSTEVEMOULD to get 50% of your first month at KiwiCoPopup tents are hard to put away. Find out how by understanding the maths and science of them.You can buy my books here:https://stevemould

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What The Prisoner's Dilemma Reveals About Life, The Universe, and Everything
/ 96 viewsThis is a video about the most famous problem in Game Theory, the Prisoners Dilemma. Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial, and the first 200 people get 20% off an annual premium subscription.If youre looking for a molec

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The Most Controversial Problem in Philosophy
/ 198 viewsFor decades, the Sleeping Beauty Problem has divided people between two answers. Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial, and the first 200 of you will get 20% off an annual premium subscription.Many thanks to Dr. Mike Tit

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The SAT Question Everyone Got Wrong
/ 1,761 viewsHow an SAT question became a mathematical paradox. Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial, and the first 200 people get 20% off an annual premium subscription.I invented Snatoms, a molecule modeling kit where the atoms sn
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Julius Caesar's Code
/ 110 viewsNot only was Julius Caesar a great leader, but also he was a clever inventor. He invented a simple code for sending secret messages.SUBSCRIBE NOWhttp://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=CuriosityShowCONNECT WITH CURIOSITYFacebook http://www.fac

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Number palindromes
/ 105 viewsPalindromes are words or sentences that are spelled the same forwards and backwards. Rob shows how to generate number palindromes.

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The object we thought was impossible
/ 120 viewsThe first 100 people to use code SCIENCE at the link below will get 60% off of Incogni: https://incogni.com/scienceSteffen's polyhedron is a flexible concave polyhedron. Euler thought such a shape was impossible. I also show infinitesimally flexible polyh

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How One Line in the Oldest Math Text Hinted at Hidden Universes
/ 176 viewsDiscover strange new universes that turn up at the core of Einsteins General Relativity. Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial, and the first 200 people get 20% off an annual premium subscription.If youre looking for a m

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Solve the Spider Riddle and Prove You're Smarter Than Most
/ 220 viewsDo you have what it takes to crack the spider riddle, a puzzle that only the sharpest minds can unravel? Join us for a brainteasing challenge that will test your logic and problemsolving skills. See if you can outsmart the eightlegged critter in this t

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Why Penrose Tiles Never Repeat
/ 257 viewsThe first 200 people to https://brilliant.org/minutephysics get 20% off an annual premium subscription to Brilliant. Thanks to Brilliant for their support.This video is about a better way to understand Penrose tilings (the famous tilings invented by Roger

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Katherine Johnson: Trailblazing NASA Mathematician
/ 237 viewsAt a time when American space exploration was dominated by men, mathematician Katherine Johnson broke through gender and racial barriers to help change our understanding of the cosmos forever.Untold is a free collection of short, compelling, history video

All About Topology
/ 203 viewsPlastic version: http://shpws.me/HEtjThis is joint work with Keenan Crane.I never said it was a good joke.

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How The Most Useless Branch of Math Could Save Your Life
/ 141 viewsThere is an entire branch of math simply devoted to knots and it has changed the world. Well rope you in. Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial, and the first 200 people get 20% off an annual premium subscription.Huge th

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Can you solve the cursed dice riddle?  Dan Finkel
/ 181 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdAh, spring. As Demeter, Goddess of the Harvest, its your favorite season. Humans and animals look to you to balance the bounty of the natural world which, like any selfrespecting Goddess, you

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A Hobbyist Just Solved a 50YearOld Math Problem (Einstein Tile)
/ 192 viewsSign up to Brilliant to receive a 30day free trial + a 20% discount with this link! https://brilliant.org/upandatom/Recommended course: https://brilliant.org/courses/beautifulgeometricexplorations/Hi! I'm Jade. If you'd like to consider supporting Up a

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These shapes roll in peculiar ways thanks to new mathematics
/ 180 viewsThanks to a complex mathematical algorithm, these plastic shapes follow a very specific route as they roll. In fact, researchers have shown that a shape can be designed to follow almost any path you can think of. What started out as just an interesting ch

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Can you solve the time traveling car riddle?  Dan Finkel
/ 192 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdYou and the professor have driven your DeLorean back to the past to fix issues with the spacetime continuum caused by your time traveling. But another DeLorean appears with older versions of you

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What if Pi was a song? What would it sound like? And would it help you memorize its digits?
/ 186 viewsDevin Powell, a science writer and multimedia creator, wanted to figure out a way memorize as many digits of Pi as he could. So, he used a trick he learned from memory champions...but his associations where through song.

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How to Cut a Sandwich Perfectly With Science #shorts #kurzgesagt
/ 202 viewsThere is perfect way to cut a three ingredient sandwich. ANY three ingredient sandwich. And there's also a perfect way to cut a four ingredient sandwich, you just need four dimensions. Thanks, Maths! #inanutshell #kurzgesagt #kurzgesagt_inanutshell #scien

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The Strange Number System Where Infinity Is Tiny
/ 271 viewsThere's a strange number system, featured in the work of a dozen Fields Medalists, that helps solve problems that are intractable with real numbers. Head to https://brilliant.org/veritasium to start your free 30day trial, and the first 200 people get 20%

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Unsolved Math Mystery  What's The Largest Sofa That Can Fit Around a Corner?
/ 490 viewsSign up to Brilliant to receive a 20% discount with this link! https://brilliant.org/upandatom/Recommended course: Advanced Geometry Puzzles https://brilliant.org/courses/advancedgeometrypuzzles/Mathematica Notebook and animations can be found at the bo

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The Fourier Series and Fourier Transform Demystified
/ 249 viewsWatch over 2,400 documentaries for free for 30 days AND get a free Nebula account by signing up at https://curiositystream.com/upandatom and using the code "upandatom". Once you sign up you'll get an email about Nebula. If you don't get one, contact the c

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Can you outsmart Fate and break her ancient curse?  Dan Finkel
/ 202 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdHundreds of years ago, your ancestor stole a magical tarot deck from Fate herself and it came with a terrible cost. Once every 23 years, one member of your family must face Fate in a duel with

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If Numbers Were Alphabetized
/ 186 viewsRoman Numerals in alphabetic order: http://mat.msgsu.edu.tr/~dpierce/Poetry/English/RomanNumerals/romannumerals2014.pdfClosky's book: https://edcat.net/item/thefirstthousandnumbersclassifiedinalphabeti/music by @jakechudnow

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The HighestScoring Move in Scrabble
/ 230 viewsFor a little more info, check out the longer version on my TIkTok (I can make videos over 1 minute there): https://www.tiktok.com/@corndogwillyDave Wood's post: https://www.scrabulizer.com/blog/post/3

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the circle dot trick
/ 220 viewsCan you figure out how to draw a circle without ever lifting your pen from the center dot and no lines in the middle?

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The Man Who Invented Zero
/ 169 viewsIt's taken thousands of years for humans to decide what zero is, and also what zero isn't. It's a strange concept to think about what nothing really means in relation to other numbers, but giving zero meaning beyond a simple placeholder was one of the mos

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Math Antics  Data And Graphs
/ 425 viewsLearn More at mathantics.comVisit http://www.mathantics.com for more Free math videos and additional subscription based content!

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Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [Part 3 of 3]
/ 198 viewsNotes and References: http://youtu.be/POKWkuwoihM Part 1: http://youtu.be/ahXIMUkSXX0 Part 2: http://youtu.be/lOIP_Z_0Hs How to find the Lucas Angle: http://youtu.be/RRNQAaTVa_A My personal website, which you might like: http://vihart.com

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Doodling in Math Class: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [2 of 3]
/ 159 viewsPart 1: http://youtu.be/ahXIMUkSXX0 Part 3: http://youtu.be/14NdQwKz9w More on Angleatrons: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6W6P8JZW0o Here is a program that draws plant leaves at whatever angle you want: http://www.khanacademy.org/cs/plantleaves/8229

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Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [1 of 3]
/ 164 viewsPart 2: http://youtu.be/lOIP_Z_0Hs Part 3: http://youtu.be/14NdQwKz9w Re: Pineapple under the Sea: http://youtu.be/gBxeju8dMho My personal website, which you might like: http://vihart.com

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Pythagoras Would Be Proud: High School Students' New Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem [TRIGONOMETRY]
/ 275 viewsCalcea Johnson and Ne’Kiya Jackson are two high school students at St. Mary's Academy in New Orleans who recently presented a new proof of the Pythagorean theorem at the Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society. The

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This one weird trick will get you infinite gold  Dan Finkel
/ 230 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdA few years ago, the king decided your life would be forfeit unless you tripled the gold coins in his treasury. Fortunately, a strange little man appeared and magically performed the feat. Unfo

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Christmas Lectures 2019: How to Get Lucky  Hannah Fry
/ 174 viewsIn the first lecture of the 2019 Christmas Lectures, Hannah Fry explores how mathematical thinking and probability can allow us to understand and predict complex systems  even helping us to make our own luck.Watch more Christmas Lectures: http://www.rigb

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Tunnelling through a Mountain  Numberphile
/ 157 viewsFeaturing Professor Hannah Fry  more details on her work below. Check out Brilliant (get 20% off their premium service): https://brilliant.org/numberphile (sponsor) More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Hannah Fry: https://h

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Let's Play With Matches #shorts
/ 224 viewsWith just 8 matches (or pens or qtips or anything straight), you can tie up your mind for hours, days, or WEEKS. The idea is to develop a basic understanding of graph theory, which focuses on the relationships between things  and you can express those

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The Algebra Plant #shorts
/ 244 viewsA tremendous amount of math is found in nature, and it's most obvious in Fibonacci/Golden Ratio patterns in the world's flora. But the Schumanniophyton problematicum plant's leaves are determined by algebra, and a simple equation can tell you exactly how

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Just Move The 4 #shorts
/ 183 viewsThe best way to divide a certain class of numbers is to use absolutely no math at all. WHAT?! Its true  you can get the job done simply by transposing the first digit to the end of the number. 410,256 is a small, accessible number to try it. Just slide

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Snowball Prime Numbers #shorts
/ 225 viewsIf we count 1 as a prime digit, you can start with 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7 and build Snowball Primes  prime numbers that remain prime each time you add another digit. Start with 3? Add a 1, still prime. Start with 7? Add a 3, still prime. 73, add a 1? 731  S

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Exponential decay  why your fidget spinner won't spin for longer
/ 190 viewsMatt's video: https://youtu.be/OWCAlJ1vsqcMy second unlisted video: https://youtu.be/JIWcFvLwITkI measure how the speed of a fidget spinner changes to show why it's so hard to get one to spin for substantially longer.This is the fidget pinner I use: http:

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Tensegrity Explained
/ 232 viewsThe first 1000 people to use this link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership: https://skl.sh/stevemould01211Tensegrity (or tensional integrity, or floating compression) is really counterintuitive. These bizarre structures can be explained

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AI can't beat mathematicians  with Junaid Mubeen
/ 190 viewsWhat is distinctly human about breaking the rules? And why does that matter for creative thinking, mathematics, and AI?Watch Junaid's full talk here: https://youtu.be/i2trJEIFIvY Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibeJunaid is a m

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Mathematician Explains Infinity in 5 Levels of Difficulty  WIRED
/ 185 viewsWhile the concept of infinity may seem mysterious, mathematicians have developed processes to reason the strange properties of infinity. Mathematician Emily Riehl has been challenged to explain infinity to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college st

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Can you steal the most powerful wand in the wizarding world?  Dan Finkel
/ 236 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdThe fabled Mirzakhani wand is the most powerful magical item ever created. And thats why the evil wizard Moldevort is planning to use it to conquer the world. You and Drumbledrore have finally

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Notsorandom card shuffle #Shorts
/ 176 viewsThe dovetail card shuffle is a favourite among magicians because of its predictability.Talk: How science is taking the luck out of gambling  with Adam Kucharski

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2022's Biggest Breakthroughs in Math
/ 174 viewsMathematicians made major progress in 2022, solving a centuriesold geometry question called the interpolation problem, proving the best way to minimize the surface area of clusters of three, four and five bubbles, and proving a sweeping statement about h

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But what is the Fourier Transform? A visual introduction.
/ 217 viewsAn animated introduction to the Fourier Transform. Help fund future projects: https://www.patreon.com/3blue1brown An equally valuable form of support is to simply share some of the videos. Special thanks to these supporters: http://3b1b.co/fourierthanks

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The Man Who Revolutionized Computer Science With Math
/ 206 viewsLeslie Lamport revolutionized how computers talk to each other. The Turing Awardwinning computer scientist pioneered the field of distributed systems, where multiple components on different networks coordinate to achieve a common objective. (Internet sea

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The Algorithm That Transformed The World
/ 221 viewsThe Fast Fourier Transform is used everywhere but it has a fascinating origin story that could have ended the nuclear arms race. This video is sponsored by 80,000 Hours. Head to http://80000hours.org/veritasium to sign up for their newsletter and get sent

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Why it took 379 pages to prove 1+1=2
/ 198 viewsSign up to Brilliant to receive a 20% discount with this link! https://brilliant.org/upandatom/ Hi! I'm Jade. If you'd like to consider supporting Up and Atom, head over to my Patreon page :) https://www.patreon.com/upandatom Visit the Up and Atom store h

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The Rhythm of The Primes #some2
/ 236 viewsAs part of 3blue1brown's summer of math exposition #2, I decided to make a crazy video I've always thought about making, exploring the interlocking nature of prime rhythmic cycles. All the music was created using the SCAMP libraries for computerassisted

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Can you solve the alien pyramid riddle?  Henri Picciotto
/ 361 viewsYou and your team of scientists are trapped on Mars. Can you figure out how to survive on the desert planet?Today is the anniversary of the bestworst day of your life. The best part was discovering a subterranean city on Mars. The worst part was when y

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The Nescaf Equation (43 coffee beans)  Numberphile
/ 209 viewsFeaturing Cliff Stoll. Check https://brilliant.org/numberphile for Brilliant and get 20% off their premium service (episode sponsor) More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Cliff scrutinizes the lyrics of a Nescafé adver

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Intro to Fractions Using the Number Line  Math Lesson for Grades 35  MiniClip
/ 429 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Addition & Subtraction Within 1000 Lesson for Kids
/ 220 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Intro to Angles Lesson for Kids
/ 225 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Numbers in Expanded & Word Form (1000 & Beyond)  Math Lesson for Grades 35  MiniClip
/ 208 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Compare NonEquivalent Fractions  Math Lesson for Grades 35  MiniClip
/ 368 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Intro to Multiplication Math Lesson for Kids
/ 201 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Equivalent Fractions Math Lesson for Kids
/ 303 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Convert Units of Measurement Math Lesson for Kids
/ 203 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Powers of 10 Math Lesson for Kids
/ 204 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers Math Lesson for Kids
/ 202 viewsFULL EPISODES: https://www.GenerationGenius.com/watch

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Pi from a Toothpick
/ 209 viewsEstimate the value of pi using a toothpick!Want the full details as to why throwing a toothpick on a lined piece of paper gives you an estimate of the value of pi? Then see this video from Numberphile:https://youtu.be/sJVivjuMfWA

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What is the Fibonacci Sequence & the Golden Ratio? Simple Explanation and Examples in Everyday Life
/ 450 viewsThe Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers in which a given number is the addition of the two numbers before it. So, if you start with 0, the next number will be 1, followed by 1, followed by 2, followed by 3 and so on. As you can see, every number in

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The Riddle That Seems Impossible Even If You Know The Answer
/ 226 viewsThe 100 Prisoners Riddle feels completely impossible even once you know the answer. This video is sponsored by Brilliant. The first 200 people to sign up via https://brilliant.org/veritasium get 20% off a yearly subscription.Special thanks to Destin of Sm

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Mathematical Magic  Mr. Wizard's Everyday Magic
/ 237 viewsLearn some mathematical magic from Mr. Wizard. Subscribe now for more science, nature and technology clips from the 1980's Nickelodeon show, Mr. Wizard's World, every week on #WizardWednesdays. SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://bit.ly/mrwizard

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Algebra Basics: Inequalities In Algebra  Math Antics
/ 426 viewsLearn More at mathantics.comVisit http://www.mathantics.com for more Free math videos and additional subscription based content!

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Less is more: Why our brains struggle to subtract
/ 178 viewsWhen solving problems, humans tend to think about adding something before they think of taking something away  even when subtracting is the better solution. Experiments show that this newly discovered psychological phenomenon applies across a range of si

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Can you solve the fortress riddle?  Henri Picciotto
/ 330 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdBad news: your worst enemies are at the gate. Your fledgling kingdom guards the worlds only herd of tiny dino creatures. To you, theyre sacred. To everyone else, theyre food. The three closest

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Mathematics is the Art of the Shortcut  with Marcus du Sautoy
/ 204 viewsFrom algebra to geometry, maths is often about finding shortcuts to large problems.Marcus' new book is available now: https://geni.us/dusautoyMarcus du Sautoy is the Charles Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at the Oxford Universit

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James Maynard Solves the Hardest Easy Math Problems
/ 244 viewsJames Maynard talks about why hes obsessed with prime numbers. Read the full interview here: https://www.quantamagazine.org/jamesmaynardsolvesthehardesteasymathproblems20200701/Video by Tom Medwell & Jennifer Hsu for Quanta Magazinehttps://www.qua

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The Extraordinary Math Hidden in Everyday Life
/ 211 viewsL. Mahadevan is a professor of applied mathematics, physics, and organismic and evolutionary biology at Harvard University. He uses mathematics and physics to explore commonplace phenomena, showing that many of the objects and behaviors we take for grante

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The Incomprehensible Scale of 52!
/ 230 viewsOne of my favorite fun facts to share with someone is how no matter how implausible it seems, every time you shuffle a deck of cards, you've produced a sequence of cards that has never existed before. It's of course natural to doubt or even disagree with

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Tie a string around the world
/ 185 viewsThis seems a difficult problem, but simple mathematics can sometimes beat intuition, as Rob shows. See how you get on.

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Can you solve the feeding frenzy riddle?  Henri Picciotto
/ 404 viewsPractice more problemsolving at https://brilliant.org/TedEdAs Numberlands best detective, you thought youd seen it all. But the desiccated corpses of prominent natural numbers have been showing up all over the city. A lockdown is ordered from sundown t

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How to calculate pi by throwing sausages  Do Try This At Home  We The Curious
/ 217 viewsDid you know it's possible to calculate the number 'pi' by throwing sausages? Ross & Kerina take maths to the kitchen & show you how to try this adaptation of the 'Buffon's Needle Problem' at home.How to test your kneejerk reflex & other tendon tricks:ht

The parrots that understand probabilities
/ 202 viewsKea, a type of parrot from New Zealand, have been surprising scientists with their smart predictions. Researchers set them a series of intelligence tests based around probabilities and social cues. They found that kea can perform better than monkeys, show

Introducing Alexander von Humboldt
/ 211 viewsLearn about the life and legacy of Alexander von Humboldt. Narrated by modernday polymath Ken Jennings, the 'Greatest of All Time' Jeopardy! champion. This video was created in conjunction with the SAAM exhibition "Alexander von Humboldt and the United S

This Dessert is Inspired by Bumblebees Doing Math
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