The mystique of mathematics
There’s beauty to find in maths, and maths in beauty.
Mathematics is visible everywhere in nature, even where we are not expecting it. It can help explain the way galaxies...
Mathematics is visible everywhere in nature, even where we are not expecting it. It can help explain the way galaxies...
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Associate Professor David Harvey demonstrating the old-school method of multiplication which is impractical when mult...
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