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17 October 2014
In this video, Hans Rosling and his son discuss some of the misconceptions regarding income distribution, and population and health trends.
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3 October 2014
Did Beethoven use math to create music when he was going deaf?
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16 May 2014
This short video from Indy Mogul discusses some of the math involved in making videos.
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2 May 2014
Comedian Adam Spencer gives us the lowdown on finding monster prime numbers.
24 January 2014
This is a very creative way to present a lesson – funny, too.
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10 January 2014
This reminds me of Spirograph images that brought art and geometry together, and always had an element of mystery to them.
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4 October 2013
We don’t deal with failure properly in most educational settings. This talk gives some options for improving that.
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20 September 2013
Imaginary numbers are the result of some mathematical creativity, but have many applications in science and engineering.
6 September 2013
This video shows how to use powers of 10 to make estimates of large numbers.
23 August 2013
This is an interesting story about how Africans used fractal ideas for their designs.
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