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Mathematica, Geometrical Construction: The Fruit of Persistent Research
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
The ancient Egyptians, tasked with measuring the area of agricultural land around the Nile, used a variety of tools: ropes, poles, and rulers. Their calculations and measurements were very accurate and their skills unrivaled. With these skills, they were able to construct some of the grandest architectural marvels...
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
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Mathematica, Part 1, The Endless Mystery of π (part 1)
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 11 mins
Every circle in the world contains π. What do you think of when you think of π? Like the pies we eat, everything round has something to do with the number π.
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 11 mins
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Mathematica, Part 2, The Endless Mystery of π (part 2)
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 8 mins
The round Earth on which we live is full of circles. Long ago, humans began to realize the importance of circles and their relevance to daily life.
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 8 mins
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Mathematica, Part 4, The Secret of the Right Triangle and the Pythagorean Theorem (part 2)
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 4 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
This is the mathematical story about the Pythagorean Theory in modern times. If a building is on fire and the fire truck’s ladder needs to reach the top floor, how do we know which ladder to use?
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 4 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
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Mathematica, Part 5, The Binary World of Zeroes and Ones
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 5 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
Embark on a journey into a binary world, one in which there are only two numbers: one and zero.
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 5 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
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Mathematica, Part 6, The Mysteries of Multiplication and Exponents
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
Have you ever wished that there was a short cut for multiplying the same number over and over again? Try exponents!
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
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Mathematica, Part 7, Equations: the Mathematics of Curiosity
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 7 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 9 mins
An introduction to equations: using mathematics to solve the unknown.
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 7 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 9 mins
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Mathematica, Part 8, The Trigonometric Ratio: The Key to Drawing the Skies
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 8 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 9 mins
In ancient times, seeding and harvest time were determined according to the movement of the stars. For this reason, it was of the utmost importance that people studied the sky. These studies led to the discovery of the Trigonometric Ratio; a key to understanding right triangles.
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 8 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 9 mins
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Mathematica, Part 9, Finding the Centers of Circles Inscribed or Circumscribed with Triangles
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 9 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
There’s a treasure map that says the treasure lies buried at a spot equidistant from points A, B, and C. If you were on this island, how would find the treasure? The answer involves finding the circumcenter of a triangle.
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 9 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
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Mathematica, Part 10, The Endless World of Irrational Numbers
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directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 10 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
Our world is vast and space is virtually unending. Yet, there’s another endless world, one of numbers. Venture into the vast world of real numbers, where rational and irrational numbers come together.
directed by An Sangmin, fl. 2012; produced by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, in Mathematica, Part 10 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2012), 10 mins
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