Friday math movie: Calculus Rhapsody

By Murray Bourne, 23 Mar 2012

These guys have done a good job of integrating (pun intended) some calculus with Queen's classic song.


If you need some background:

Original Queen song: Bohemian Rhapsody

Most of the math is in this chapter: Integration

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One Comment on “Friday math movie: Calculus Rhapsody”

  1. Tera Phillips says:

    I thought this funny and creative,and helpful. I can't help anything, but to appreciate the song and the video! Also, I hope to see more like this,so glad my instructor linked me to it!

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