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Zach Star - Video The disk covering problem (and how it applies to the real world)
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9:40
The disk covering problem (and how it applies to the real world)
13:29
You can always win this game if you go second | An SOS (math olympiad) puzzle
8:28
The Poker Paradox
13:03
The Sierpinski-Mazurkiewicz Paradox (is really weird)
5:34
Watching a movie (or TV show) with a STEM major be like
8:27
A 1957 Putnam exam problem
7:46
Can you always pair an equal number of red and blue points with no intersection?
15:44
The Mathematics of the Casino | What people get wrong about gambling
4:45
Engineering in movies be like
5:16
If Saw was a typical engineering student
8:11
Can you always cover 10 points with 10 equally sized (non-overlapping) coins?
14:45
The applications of hyperbolic trig | Why do we even care about these things?
10:02
A cool application of generating functions
5:42
No you guys, most shapes do not have a center of mass with this property (but some do)
12:47
A surprising topological proof - Why you can always cut three objects in half with a single plane
14:41
Teaching myself abstract algebra
13:49
Approximations. The engineering way.
16:52
What changes? | A lesson in statistics, incentives, and internet stupidity
9:20
Is there (always) a line that passes through exactly 2 points?
14:49
What I've been reading | STEM book recommendations
5:37
STEM students in non STEM classes be like...
10:40
Random things
12:18
An inverted pendulum puzzle
13:30
The Bolzano–Weierstrass theorem, a proof from real analysis
19:28
Teaching myself an upper level pure math course (we almost died)
14:54
The intuition and implications of the complex derivative
11:45
Could you avoid being hit by a laser if you were in a room of mirrors?
9:42
A donut is not a sphere | Things you can do on one surface but not the other
8:30
Why imaginary numbers are needed to understand the radius of convergence
6:57
Engineering students be like...(Part 2)