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Written versions of the Calculus series
Plus other interactive accompaniments to past lessons
Dec 18, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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X-rays "faster" than the speed of light, and more refractive index questions
Optics puzzles part 4
Dec 3, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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November 2023
You can't explain prisms without understanding springs
In this video, we explore the origin of the index of refraction, and in particular why it depends on color. As always, if you enjoy it, consider sharing…
Nov 30, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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October 2023
What about SoME4?
Hi Everyone, I wanted to say a very sincere thanks to everyone who participated in SoME3, whether by contributing your own entry, adding to constructive…
Oct 16, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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SoME3 results
Feature a few math explainers you may enjoy
Oct 7, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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September 2023
The barber pole effect
I had way too much fun making this
Sep 1, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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August 2023
Wanna help judge SoME3?
Today is the deadline for people to submit entries to the third Summer of Math Exposition, but there’s still room to take part by joining in the peer…
Aug 18, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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July 2023
So why are normal distributions "central limits"?
This latest video ties together three recent topics we’ve covered: The central limit theorem, why π is in the formula for a Gaussian, and convolutions…
Jul 11, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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Revisiting Moser's circle problem
One of the earliest videos on this channel was about Moser's circle problem, a famous puzzle where the answers seem to follow a certain pattern, but one…
Jul 2, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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June 2023
How They Fool Ya
A Mathematical parody of Hallelujah
Jun 28, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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X+Y, in probability, is a beautiful mess
Visualizing continuous convolutions
Jun 27, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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Ego and Math
2023 Stanford Math Department Commencement Speech
Jun 20, 2023
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Grant Sanderson
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