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Why Mathematicians Love 69,720,375,229,712,477,164,533,808,935,312,303,556,800

Why Mathematicians Love 69,720,375,229,712,477,164,533,808,935,312,303,556,800

Hey this is Presh Talwalkar. Here’s an email I received slightly edited for presentation in this video. Hi, I’m Chunie, a senior high school student in the Philippines (grade 11), big fan of yours on YouTube. Can you please solve this? I’m curious about this smallest number for which all numbers 1 to 100 are […]

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Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Ladies and gentleman, it’s my privilege to introduce the Messenger lecturer, Professor Richard P. Feynman of the California Institute of Technology. Professor Feynman is a distinguished theoretical physicist, and he’s done much to bring order out of the confusion which has marked much of the spectacular development in physics during the postwar period. Among his […]

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Next Steps – Mathematics – 4.1

Let’s wrap up some of our discussion of “Mathematics and Data Science” and the data principles and talk about some of the next steps. Things you can do afterwards. Probably the most important thing is, you may have learned about math a long time ago but now it’s a good time to dig out some […]

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Can YOU Solve The Easiest Math Word Problem? Beauty of Mathematics
FYBCom Mathematical & Statistical Techniques Revised Exam Paper Pattern

FYBCom Mathematical & Statistical Techniques Revised Exam Paper Pattern

welcome friends this is Prof. Mandar Bhanushe, a Mathematics faculty at Institute of Distance and Open Learning, University of Mumbai On behalf of IDOL I welcome all of you here for these video lecture series in the subject of mathematical and statistical techniques of FYBCom Friends as we know that our University of Mumbai from […]

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Music and math: The genius of Beethoven – Natalya St. Clair

Music and math: The genius of Beethoven – Natalya St. Clair

It may sound like a paradox, or some cruel joke, but whatever it is, it’s true. Beethoven, the composer of some of the most celebrated music in history, spent most of his career going deaf. So how was he still able to create such intricate and moving compositions? The answer lies in the patterns hidden […]

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Can Mathematics Predict the Future?

Can Mathematics Predict the Future?

Can mathematics predict the future? People have long imagined what the future holds, whether that’s long term or short term. Some modern applications of big data crunching include facebook predicting when a couple will enter a relationship, history looking for patterns when violence will spike, or researchers choosing the best March Madness bracket. But what […]

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Mathematics – Life as a Maths Undergraduate Student at UEA – Lisa

Mathematics – Life as a Maths Undergraduate Student at UEA – Lisa

I’m Lisa and I’m studying BSc Mathematics at UEA. I chose my course because I really love mathematics and I wanted to become a maths teacher so it was really the course that I wanted to do. I chose UEA because I really liked the look of the maths course. They also had a very […]

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The probability is the area  / 確率は面積である Associate Professor Makiko Sasada, Mathematics

The probability is the area / 確率は面積である Associate Professor Makiko Sasada, Mathematics

“The probability is the area”. Associate Professor Makiko Sasada, Mathematics ”How was the mathematics studied at the university?” The mathematics studied at the university are very different from those up to high school. The opportunity to calculate was gone. I came to get a lot of new concepts. I learned to abstract concepts that “what […]

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What is Hyperianism? – The Mathematical System That Will Replace Science and Religion