Found this YouTuber's personal take on -induced anxiety - well maybe more focused on (mental) arithmetic - and its roots in stress from early experiences in school:

youtube.com/watch?v=xvOkXXprG2

Jordan Ellenberg reacts to some famous scenes depicting on-screen, both great and not-so-great:

youtube.com/watch?v=oejBbQx-Sq

(Bonus: he actually consulted for + showed up in one of the movies featured)

Article on Nature outlining a framework for mathematicians to use to discover insights. with case studies in knot theory + representation theory:

nature.com/articles/s41586-021

Yet another discussion on the origin of (discovered or invented?), this time involving William Shatner + Stanford U's Keith Devlin:

youtube.com/watch?v=2o0YbUGDAP

Celebrating 10 years of by examining the number 10 (and talking about friendly numbers) πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰

youtube.com/watch?v=KZ1BVlURwf

The recording of "The Great Big and Gameshow", hosted by Dr Tom Crawford on 13 October at IF Oxford, is out on YouTube:

youtube.com/watch?v=m4utPvccBQ

"Irish Dara Γ“ Briain has received an award for his contribution to raising public awareness of .

This is an award that is presented each year during Maths Week – the annual all-island festival of maths and numeracy, which is currently running with events across the country and online."

siliconrepublic.com/innovation

Seeing the latest strip, wondering what unsolved problems you would considered "cursed" πŸ₯΄

xkcd.com/2529/

@11011110 I also wanna see if the number of diagrams/figures has generally increased too, possibly taking up more space in papers

@loke I think the author is an exception as an independent researcher (apparently?): oeis.org/wiki/User:Onno_M._Cai

@loke like an Uno Reverse to "the proof is trivial"

Imagine saying that to a panel during a thesis defence

It's pretty amusing that a big part of Matt Parker's legacy is having "Parker" being synonymous with being "almost correct" or a "near miss" (with big help from Brady Haran), to the point of being referenced in an actual maths preprint

youtube.com/watch?v=FCczHiXPVc

@christianp if you're considering Geogebra, Ben Sparks has probably got good insight into its potential: geogebra.org/u/sparksmaths

@ColinTheMathmo I dunno how much of an outlier I am here, having to pick up both maths notation and algorithmic code as an applied maths major, and often learning to convert maths to code (and sometimes vice versa)

Seems weird to me that there are this many coders who can make the effort to learn the syntax of a language, but get reactively repulsed by Greek symbols because of trauma from subpar maths education

Another video from Matt Parker, this time exploring the squircle (particularly the shape defined by |π‘₯|⁴+|𝑦|⁴=1) and the complications from trying to work out its area, featuring some lemniscate biscuits, and a *lot* of interactions between different versions of himself

youtube.com/watch?v=gjtTcyWL0N

The classic discussion on whether exists in our reality for us to discover, or exists only as man-made inventions to describe said reality (among others), is once again explored in this panel discussion (with a 10+ minute intro from moderator Brian Greene)

youtube.com/watch?v=VN19VOMHxk

No one: \(\mathbb{R}\setminus\{1\}\)
Absolutely no one: \([0,\infty)\setminus\{1\}\)

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