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Tag Archives: Numberphile
The Relationship Equation – Numberphile
An excellent summary by Numberphile of the Relationship Equation, explained by the lovely Hannah Fry. It’s a way of converting how couples interact with each other into mathematics, and thereby predict whether the couple will stay together in their marriage. All … Continue reading
Posted in Ramblings, Science
Tagged Hannah Fry, love, marriage, mathematics, maths, Numberphile, relationship, The Relationship Equation, Valentine, Valentine's Day
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Langton’s Ant – Numberphile
I hadn’t heard of Langton’s Ant before, but it’s a fascinating concept, explained by Numberphile. The basic premise behind it is that you have an ant on a blank grid, and if the ant moves off of a light square, the … Continue reading
Posted in Ramblings, Science
Tagged ant, dark, grid, highway, Langton's Ant, light, mathematics, Numberphile, random, square
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Six Dice OneRoll Yahtzee (In Super Slow Motion) – Numberphile
This video by Numberphile amuses me more than it should. It’s all pretty self explanatory concerning what a oneroll Yahtzee is, and as an added bonus, it’s in super slow motion. I like dice, I like rolling dice, I like … Continue reading
Posted in Ramblings, Science
Tagged dice, Numberphile, numbers, oneroll Yahtzee, six dice, slow motion, super slow motion, Yahtzee
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Throwback Thursday #19
Throwback Thursday is here once again. To start this week off, we have a mix of the Cornetto trilogy films by Edgar Wright, and it’s rather well done. If you haven’t seen any / all of those films, you’re missing out, … Continue reading
Posted in Films, Ramblings, Science, TV shows
Tagged #19, 10th Anniversary, AI, animation, Artificial Intelligence, Battlestar Galactica, BBC, Cornetto Trilogy, Edgar Wright, eyes, film, gravity, io9, maths, Mental Floss, movies, Numberphile, Pixar, science, science fiction, Slate, Space Age, technology, Throwback Thursday
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Cheryl’s Birthday – That Viral Maths Problem
Last week, a mathematics problem posed to Singapore students went viral. It’s been termed “Cheryl’s Birthday”, and the above video by Numberphile explains the problem, and gives the solution. It’s an incredibly clever logic puzzle, which only a few people will be … Continue reading
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Tagged answer, Cheryl's Birthday, mathematics, maths, Numberphile, problem, Singapore, viral
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Marilyn vos Savant And The Monty Hall Problem
The Monty Hall Problem is a fascinating piece of mathematics and probability. The above video by Numberphile gives a great, indepth, mathematical explanation of how it works, and they also have a few other videos on the problem. For a … Continue reading
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Tagged Marilyn vos Savant, mathematics, maths, Monty Hall Problem, Numberphile, Priceonomics, probability
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