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Digital Studios: Infinite Series

Mathematician Kelsey Houston-Edwards offers ambitious content for viewers that are eager to attain a greater understanding of the world around them. Math is pervasive - a robust yet precise language - and with each episode you’ll begin to see the math that underpins everything in this puzzling, yet fascinating, universe.

Episodes

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Imagine you have a square-shaped room, and inside there is an assassin and a target. And...
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Imagine you have four cubes, whose faces are colored red, blue, yellow, and green. Can...
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Set theory is supposed to be a foundation of all of mathematics. How does it handle...
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When you think about math, what do you think of? Numbers? Equations? Patterns maybe? How...
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Infinities come in different sizes. There’s a whole tower of progressively larger "sizes...
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In the card game SET, what is the maximum number of cards you can deal that might not...
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If Fermat had a little more room in his margin, what proof would he have written there?
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In the physical world, many seemingly basic things turn out to be built from even more...
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If you needed to tell someone what numbers are and how they work, without using the...
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What shape do you most associate with a standard analog clock? Your reflex answer might...
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What happens when you divide things that aren’t numbers?
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You know the Golden Ratio, but what is the Silver Ratio?
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There is a proof for Brouwer's Fixed Point Theorem that uses a bridge - or portal -...
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Symmetric keys are essential to encrypting messages. How can two people share the same...
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What exactly is a topological space?
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Here we break down Asymmetric crypto and more.
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What happens when you multiply shapes?
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What happens if you multiply things that aren’t numbers? And what happens if that...


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