3Blue1Brown, by Grant Sanderson, is some combination of math and entertainment, depending on your disposition. The goal is for explanations to be driven by animations and for difficult problems to be made simple with changes in perspective.

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Researchers thought this was a bug (Borwein integrals)

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17:01

We ran a contest for math explainers, here are the results (SoME2)

Shared 1 month ago

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34:36

Olympiad level counting: How many subsets of {1,…,2000} have a sum divisible by 5?

Shared 6 months ago

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10:53

Oh, wait, actually the best Wordle opener is not “crane”…

Shared 9 months ago

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40:06

Alice, Bob, and the average area of a cube's shadow

Shared 11 months ago

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27:43

Beyond the Mandelbrot set, an intro to holomorphic dynamics

Shared 1 year ago

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26:06

From Newton’s method to Newton’s fractal (which Newton knew nothing about)

Shared 1 year ago

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A quick trick for computing eigenvalues | Chapter 15, Essence of linear algebra

Shared 1 year ago

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27:07

How (and why) to raise e to the power of a matrix | DE6

Shared 1 year ago

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21:14

The medical test paradox, and redesigning Bayes' rule

Shared 1 year ago

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20:05

How to send a self-correcting message (Hamming codes)

Shared 2 years ago

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21:58

Group theory, abstraction, and the 196,883-dimensional monster

Shared 2 years ago

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7:19

The DP-3T algorithm for contact tracing (via Nicky Case)

Shared 2 years ago

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10:01

Why “probability of 0” does not mean “impossible” | Probabilities of probabilities, part 2

Shared 2 years ago

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12:34

Binomial distributions | Probabilities of probabilities, part 1

Shared 2 years ago

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22:30

Why do prime numbers make these spirals? | Dirichlet’s theorem, pi approximations, and more

Shared 3 years ago

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