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- Functions and Relations: A Voyage to MarsAn interplanetary voyage is used to investigate quadratic relations—circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas.
- How Is Science Applying the Wonders of Mathematics?Explores some of the wonders of mathematics, a scientific language used to explain the physical world.
- How to Design a 51-Star FlagMathematics points the way to updating Old Glory if another state joins the union.
- Math Improves March Madness PredictionsA mathematician is using a sophisticated computer-assisted process to predict the winners in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
- The Story of MathIn this landmark four-part series, University of Oxford Professor Marcus du Sautoy takes viewers on a journey through the ages and around the world to trace the development of mathematics and see how math has shaped human civilization.
- TEDTalks: Benoit Mandelbrot - Fractals and the Art of RoughnessMandelbrot looks at the extreme complexity of roughness, and the way that fractal math can find order within complicated patterns.
- TEDTalks: Kevin Slavin, How Algorithms Shape Our WorldSlavin shows how these complex computer programs determine espionage tactics, stock prices, and even the budget and rating for Hollywood movies. But what happens when these formulae go awry?

- Meaning from Data: Statistics Made ClearCall Number: DVD 2565Location: Media Collection (ask at Circ Desk for assistance)

24 lectures delivered by Michael Starbird, Professor, University of Texas at Austin. Part of the Great Courses collection. - N is a Number: a Portrait of Paul ErdősCall Number: DVD 2487Location: Media Collection (ask at Circ Desk for assistance)

Documentary presenting mathematician Paul Erdős's mathematical quest and the tragic historical events that molded his life. - The Story of MathCall Number: DVD 4520Location: Media Collection (ask at Circ Desk for assistance)

Examines the development of key mathematical ideas and shows how mathematical ideas underpin science, technology, and culture.

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Subjects: Mathematics

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