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Numberphile is a quirky exploration of the world of mathematics and numbers. Each video explores strange facts, properties and curious stories about different numbers - from zero to infinity (and a few outside this range). The films feature experts across a range of sciences and are produced by independent video journalist Brady Haran.

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  • Math
  • MS, HS
Common Core
Why five-sided figures pose a problem, from Professor John Hunton - and a bit about the importance of Penrose Tiling. Professor Hunton works at the...
math teacher
Numberphile
Updated: 
2016
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  • Math
  • MS, HS
Some stuff about Pi, the "celebrity number'. This video features math-loving author Alex Bellos ( http://alexbellos.com/ ) and Professor Roger Bowley...
preschool math
Numberphile
Updated: 
2017
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  • Math
  • MS, HS
Professor Philip Moriarty attributes some sounds to Pi in a discussion about its randomness and the Feynman Point. Aligned to Common Core State...
Numberphile
Updated: 
2016
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  • Math
  • MS, HS
Professor Ed Copeland on a strange occurrence of Pi involving bouncing balls. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: HSF-TF.5
Numberphile
Updated: 
2016
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  • Math
  • MS, HS
Dr Tony Padilla's unique (and low budget) twist on the Buffon's Needle experiment to learn the true value of Pi.