History of Mathematics in 50 Minutes
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GRCC Mathematics Professor John Dersch reviews many historical innovations in math.
The Story of Maths
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The Story of Maths is a British television series outlining aspects of the history of mathematics. The series was a co-production between the Open University and the BBC .
The series comprised four programmes respectively titled: The Language of the Universe; The Genius of the East; The Frontiers of Space; and To Infinity and Beyond. Du Sautoy documents the development of mathematics covering subjects such as the invention of zero and the unproven Riemann hypothesis, a 150 year old problem for whose solution the Clay Mathematics Institute has offered a $1,000,000 prize. He escorts viewers through the subject's history and geography. He examines the development of key mathematical ideas and shows how mathematical ideas underpin the science, technology, and culture that shape our world.
He starts his journey in ancient Egypt and finishes it by looking at current mathematics. But in between he travels through Babylon, Greece, India, China, and the medieval Middle East. He also looks at mathematics in Europe and then in America and takes the viewers inside the lives of many of the greatest mathematicians.
History of Mathematics
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An animated movie on the development of numbers throughout history.
History of Mathematics
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BBC - History of Indian Mathematics Part-1 of 2
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Part-2:
Marcus du Sautoy looks at the contribution of Ancient Indians like Aryabhata, Brahmagupta, Bhaskara, Madhava, etc in the field of Mathematics.
Programme: BBC - The Story of Maths
Presenter: Marcus du Sautoy
History Of Mathematics
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This video tells us about the beginning of Mathematics from the medieval age and its applications in modern age..
MathHistory1a: Pythagoras theorem
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Pythagoras' theorem is both the oldest and the most important non-trivial theorem in mathematics.
This is the first part of the first lecture of a course on the History of Mathematics, by N J Wildberger, the discoverer of Rational Trigonometry. We will follow John Stillwell's text Mathematics and its History (Springer, 3rd ed). Generally the emphasis will be on mathematical ideas and results, but largely without proofs, with a main eye on the historical flow of ideas. A few historical tidbits will be thrown in too...
In this first lecture (with two parts) we first give a very rough outline of world history from a mathematical point of view, position the work of the ancient Greeks as following from Egyptian and Babylonian influences, and introduce the most important theorem in all of mathematics: Pythagoras' theorem.
Two interesting related issues are the irrationality of the 'square root of two' (the Greeks saw this as a segment, or perhaps more precisely as the proportion or ratio between two segments, not as a number), and Pythagorean triples, which go back to the Babylonians. These are closely related to the important rational parametrization of a circle, essentially discovered by Euclid and Diophantus. This is a valuable and under-appreciated insight which high school students ought to explicitly see.
In fact young people learning mathematics should really see more of the history of the subject! The Greeks thought of mathematics differently than we do today, and all students can benefit from a closer appreciation of the difficulties which they saw, but which we today largely ignore.
This series has now been extended a few times--with more than 35 videos on the History of Mathematics.
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History of Mathematics Inc. Newton, Leonardo da Vinci, Plato Short History of Mathematics 1
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This is one of the most listenable and understandable books on mathematics and mathematicians, covering the subjects from Egypt, ancient Greece to 19th century along with the historical backgrounds and contexts. This is a great listen for science geeks and math-geeks alike. ;)
[History of Mathematics Including Newton, Leonardo da Vinci, Plato, etc.] Short Account of the History of Mathematics 1 (Audiobook) by W. W. Rouse Ball
The History of Math
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Digital story created as a brief overview for explaining the history of mathematics in connection with the Montessori curriculum and the Five Great Lessons with 6-9 year old children.
Birth of Calculus
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A documentary about the birth of calculus, focusing on Newton and Leibniz. (Part 1)
The History Of Numbers And Mathematics The Story Of 1 One Documentary BBC Documentary Chan
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The History Of Numbers And Mathematics - The Story Of 1 One Documentary - BBC Documentary Channel A binary code stands for message or computer .
The Story of 1 One - full documentary ur world is built on numbers and the first of these was the number 1. Starting with scratches on a bone and heading .
The Secret of The Great Pyramid: Khufu Revealed (Ancient Egypt History Documentary) 4500 years ago, a civilization that knew nothing of iron tools, wheels or .
BBC - History of Indian Mathematics Part-2 of 2
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Part-1:
Marcus du Sautoy looks at the contribution of Ancient Indians like Aryabhata, Brahmagupta, Bhaskara, Madhava, etc in the field of Mathematics.
Programme: BBC - The Story of Maths
Presenter: Marcus du Sautoy
Non-Euclidean Geometry Topics in the History of Mathematics
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Another Open University oldie. This one's a bit more hxc (and considerably older - the 1970s public were apparently considered far smarter than we are today!), but it's mostly easy enough to grasp if you put your mind to it.
Non-Euclidean Geometry is relevant for the Riemann curvature of space-time in General Relativity and all that. It's also interesting to watch logic (or a bearded professor) decimate what was once considered to be a fundamental truth of mathematics and reality, if you're into that sort of thing. (maybe that's a bit over-dramatic).
A Brief History of Mathematics
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A Brief History of Mathematics. School Project BHS 9th Grade English
History of Mathematics Part 1 - Draw My Life
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The History of Mathematics Part 1 - Draw My Life
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Donald Duck: Mathmagic land
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Short cartoon inspired in Donald Duck, one of Walt Disney's star!
I do admit I'm not the owner of these rights, which mainly goal is to show this content merely as entertainment for children.
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Mathematics Documentary - Mathematical Induction - History Of Mathematics
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Mathematics Documentary - Mathematical Induction - History Of Mathematics
Mathematics Documentary - Mathematical Induction - History Of Mathematics
Mathematics Documentary - Mathematical Induction - History Of Mathematics
History of Mathematics : History of Math Symbols
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The history of math symbols stems from Ancient Roman and Greek culture. Learn about math symbols with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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History of Mathematics : Mathematics Time Line
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The time line of mathematics begins more than 50,000 years ago with the Neanderthal man. See a time line of mathematics with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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Short Account of the History of Mathematics 1/2 Full AudioBook
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W. W. Rouse BALL (1850 - 1925) This is a history of mathematics from antiquity to the turn of the 20th century.
History of Mathematics Inc. Newton, Leonardo da Vinci, Plato Short History of Mathematics 2
9:58:11
This is one of the most listenable and understandable books on mathematics and mathematicians, covering the subjects from Egypt, ancient Greece to 19th century along with the historical backgrounds and contexts. This is a great listen for science geeks and math-geeks alike. ;)
[History of Mathematics Including Newton, Leonardo da Vinci, Plato, etc.] Short Account of the History of Mathematics 2 (Audiobook) by W. W. Rouse Ball
A History of Mathematics in Non-Western Cultures
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A History of Mathematics in Non-Western Cultures at Bristol Community College, March 28, 2012
History of Mathematics
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History of Mathematics for the Fall Semester, 2012 - a general history of mathematics for mathematically mature students.
The Chronicle: A History of Mathematics
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The official trailer of the Annual Mathematics Day 2013 organized by the Senior Mathematics Society of Musaeus College.
History of Mathematics : Who Invented Math?
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To learn who invented math, first one must define what math is exactly. Find out who invented math with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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Bio: Steve Jones is an experienced mathematics and science teacher.
Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky
Gresham College & the History of Mathematics: Professor Tony Manns Heroes of Mathematics
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From Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke, to John Barrow and Raymond Flood - Professor Tony Mann discusses the importance of Gresham College in the history of mathematics in Britain, and also some of his personal Gresham maths heroes.
Tony Mann is Visiting Professor of Computer Mathematics at Gresham College. Information on his ongoing series of free public lectures is available here:
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Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,600 lectures free to access or download from the website.
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Math 345 History of Mathematics Babylonian Mathematics Part
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Babylonian Mathematics part 1.
History of Mathematics : Who Invented the Number Zero?
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The number zero was invented in the last 1,000 years to form a transition between positive and negative numbers. Discover the origin of zero with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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Keith Devlin discusses history of math in business
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Keith Devlin, winner of the Carl Sagan Prize for science popularization, and the math guy on National Public Radio, talks about the history of mathematics in business
History of Mathematics - Origins
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Being a brief account of numbers and counting.
History of Mathematics : Who Invented the Calculator?
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The calculator was invented by the Chinese in the form of an abacus. Learn who invented the calculator with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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History of Mathematics : Where Does the Mathematical Sign For Infinity Come From?
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The mathematical sign for infinity comes from the Latin term for ribbon, lemniscate, and it was developed by John Wallis in 1665. Discover the infinity symbol origin with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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History of Mathematics : Who Invented Division?
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Division was invented thousands of years ago, but was formalized by the ancient Egyptians. Find out who invented division with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky
History Of The Kerala School Of Mathematics | India Video
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History Of The Kerala School Of Mathematics | India Video
Dr. Ramasubramanian, historian and sanskrit scholar, explains the origins and the lineage of the medieval Kerala School of Mathematics and Astronomy.
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History of Mathematics : Famous Mathematicians
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Two famous mathematicians are Pythagoras, famous for the Pythagoreum theorem, and Isaac Newton, famous for his theoretical mathematical developments. Learn about famous mathematicians with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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History of Mathematics : Famous Women Mathematicians
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Famous women mathematicians include Madame Curie and Katherine Okikiolu from Nigeria. Discover famous female mathematicians with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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History of Mathematics Part 2 - Draw My Life
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History of Mathematics Part 2 - Draw My Life
The History of Mathematics in 300 Stamps
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The entire history of mathematics in one hour, as illustrated by around 300 postage stamps featuring mathematics and mathematicians from across the world.
From Euclid to Euler, from Pythagoras to Poincaré, and from Fibonacci to the Fields Medals, all are featured in attractive, charming and sometimes bizarre stamps. No knowledge of mathematics or philately required.
Ancient indian history of mathematics
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History of Mathematics
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History of Mathematics
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Mini-Documentary about the history of mathematics in Ancient Egypt, Ancient India, and Arabia
AWARE S8.G: History of Mathematics - Part I
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AWARE S8.G: History of Mathematics - Part I
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History of Mathematics - Middle Ages - Trailer
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History of Mathematics Middle Ages (auch in deutsch erhältlich!)
In the times of the dark middle ages the development of science was unbelievable exiting. From the heritage of antiquity and from Chinese and Indias findings we see in easy understandable ways how to use ciphers and digits. Examples presented by performed scenes and computer animations of exellent cultural performances and construction of buildings (f.e. Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem) are leading through cultures and centuries. The islamic scientists stimulated the revival of the european culture. Calculating with pebbles on lines changed to the arithmetic way of calculating with digits. Migration Period, black death, inquisition all these were barriers, but at last with knighthood, crafts, the Hanseatic League and the foundation of universities European culture boomed. The time of exploration was setting the end of the middle ages, modern times had begun. In 64 minutes with 700 scenes - shootings from 12 countries - an adventurous and entertaining history became alive.
History of Mathematics : The History of Pascals Triangle
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The history of Pascal's triangle has little to do with Pascal himself. Learn the history of pascal's triangle with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
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History of Mathematics : Great Mathematicians
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Great mathematicians include Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein and Steven Hawkins. Learn about great mathematicians with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
Expert: Steve Jones
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Bio: Steve Jones is an experienced mathematics and science teacher.
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History of Mathematics
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History of Mathematics : Famous Math Inventors
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Famous math inventors were nearly all from Ancient Greece, the birthplace of geometry and trigonometry. Discover famous math inventors with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
Expert: Steve Jones
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Bio: Steve Jones is an experienced mathematics and science teacher.
Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky
HARMONY STEM PBL-The History of Mathematics
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A rigorous math and science-centered curriculum, and Engaged and Dedicated teachers and families,... to cultivate excellence and prepare students to succeed in college, careers and life.
We are equipping Harmony Schools' students for college, preparing them for life and helping them achieve excellence, while making a positive impact on our community, our state and our nation. At the Harmony Schools, we are dedicated to creating an academically rigorous environment that nurtures students, expects excellence and helps all students realize their full potential. At Harmony, we believe every child can succeed, and we are committed to helping them realize their full potential At Harmony, we believe families play an important role in helping students achieve excellence and are an integral part of our school's community. A Harmony education fosters excellence as a life-skill, and opens the door to a world of opportunity. At the Harmony Schools, by focusing on math and science, we are developing the next generation of innovators and thinkers we need to succeed in the global economy and environment. At the Harmony Schools, we are leading the way in math and science education, so our children can lead our state and our nation in the future. At Harmony, we provide a safe, nurturing academic environment that expects excellence and prepares students for success in college and in life.
Harmony Public Schools is the recipient of Race To the Top District (RTT-D) grant in 2012. With RTT-D grant funds, Harmony is implementing a cross-disciplinary, multi-sensory, technology-enabled project-based learning (PBL) curriculum that integrates STEM, social studies, and English Language Arts (ELA). Researchers have documented numerous benefits of project-based approaches beyond the development of content knowledge: students learning through a project-based curriculum develop the ability to transfer their learning to new situations, demonstrate an increased ability to define problems and support their reasoning, and are better able to tackle conceptual problems than those taught with a more traditional curriculum. Through creative and innovative uses of technology such as video storytelling and web sites, Harmony students are publicly sharing their work both throughout the process and in a culminating capstone presentation, ensuring an authentic and meaningful context for deep student learning.
Harmony Public Schools have developed a STEM curriculum that incorporates project-based and inquiry-based learning titled “STEM Students on the Stage (S.O.S TM)” with the Race to the Top grant funded by U.S. Department of Education with the goal of not only increasing students’ STEM knowledge and interest but also balancing student-centered teaching with state and national standards to promote success and investment in the learning process through PBL projects
History of Mathematics : Who Invented Numbers?
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Numbers were invented at the dawn of time, and number systems were developed through ancient civilizations. Find out who invented numbers with tips from a mathematics instructor in this free video on math history.
Expert: Steve Jones
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Bio: Steve Jones is an experienced mathematics and science teacher.
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History of Mathematics - the Scope
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Being an account of the broad outline of mathematics as a historical subject