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# Friday math movie: Complex numbers in math class

By Murray Bourne, 24 Jan 2014

This is a very clever lesson using some neat video coordination.

It was an April Fools day gag by Matthew Weathers. My favorite bit is where he slams Internet Explorer.

See the 2 Comments below.

### 2 Comments on “Friday math movie: Complex numbers in math class”

1. Rakesh khulem says:

Yup i like math in fun way.though i failed in math this year.

2. Charles Kibasa says:

Maths is everyone's requirement in life we all need to love it anyway, any time sooner or later its application will unfold as a help to one or more of our endeavours.

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