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The Answer Is Too Good

The Answer Is Too Good

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Mind your decisions, I’m Presh Talwalkar. What is the value of the following infinite product? The first term is e over the square root of e. This is multiplied by the cube root of e over the fourth root of e. This is multiplied by the fifth root of e over the sixth root of […]

NUMBERJACKS | Zero The Hero | S1E29

NUMBERJACKS | Zero The Hero | S1E29

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Last Minute Studying Hacks

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Hi guys today’s video is about last minute studying hacks, why are we doing this video? It’s because on last week’s video many of you commented in our Facebook comments that you guys are actually having O levels and A levels And also on our instagram you guys that you would like a studying tips […]

The Banach–Tarski Paradox

The Banach–Tarski Paradox

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Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. There’s a famous way to seemingly create chocolate out of nothing. Maybe you’ve seen it before. This chocolate bar is 4 squares by 8 squares, but if you cut it like this and then like this and finally like this you can rearrange the pieces like so and wind up with […]

My regrets studying mathematics

My regrets studying mathematics

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Today’s video is going to be about my experiences during undergrad studying mathematics. Now I did do a double major in physics and maths and I’ve already made a video called my regrets studying physics so I thought it would only be fair to make this one. To start off I’ll tell you some things […]

What’s It Like Studying Maths at University?

What’s It Like Studying Maths at University?

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Today I thought I’d talk to you about what it’s like study maths at university because if you didn’t know I study maths at university ,I’m about to go into my third year at Southampton, third and final year thank God! Obviously it’s the time of year that people are going back to school, people […]

University Study with Me! A Day In The Life of a Maths Student

University Study with Me! A Day In The Life of a Maths Student

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Good morning. It’s Thursday the 22nd of February and it’s the first day of the uni strikes. There’s a figure being thrown round that the average academic will lose £10,000 a year in pension pay. I don’t know how accurate that is because it’s, like, kind of everywhere and usually these kind of statistics are […]

Books for Learning Mathematics

Books for Learning Mathematics

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Hi everyone I recently did a video about books for learning physics and as a follow-up to that I guess I wanted to do a video about books that I’d recommend for learning mathematics. Now there are so many math books out there, textbooks and otherwise, and so the ones that I’m going to recommend […]

Can you solve the alien probe riddle? – Dan Finkel

Can you solve the alien probe riddle? – Dan Finkel

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The discovery of an alien monolith on planet RH-1729 has scientists across the world racing to unlock its mysteries. Your engineering team has developed an elegant probe to study it. The probe is a collection of 27 cube modules capable of running all the scientific tests necessary to analyze the monolith. The modules can self-assemble […]