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Forget turducken. . . I'm stuffing my turkey with two ducks, stuffed with four hens, stuffed with eight quail eggs. Honestly, I do not recommend trying this yourself. So what's your favourite naming scheme: breadth-first, depth-first, or inordered binary

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart

Correction: when I mark where pi is on the graph, I meant pi/2! Note: If this video were supposed to be teaching you, I'd probably have to make it boring and say that in one sense of limits, spoiler alert, you actually do approach a circle and a line, sol

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart

Leave your homework in the comments. Extra points for clarity and conciseness! Special thanks to my peeps at NYU where the idea for this video popped up during discussion.

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart

With Thanksgiving just around the corner here in the US, it is important to know how to arrange mathed potatoes on your plate for maximum gravy. Also shown are bread spheres, butter prism, and gelatinous cranberry cylinder. Mathed Potatoes, Green Bean Mat

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart

A cautionary tale. Other Mobius videos: Candy Buttons Flatland This is the book you should get if you want to know all things Möbius: This story was inspired by the novel Flatland: There's a pretty cool movie version.

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart

Playing mathematically with fruits by the foot. Mobius Story, Wind and Mr. Ug: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mdEsouIXGM Mobius Candy buttons: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOLIB3cjFqw Mobius Music box: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iMI_uOM_fY Doodlin

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart

This video is based on, and in honor of, Martin Gardner's column from 1956, Hexaflexagons, which can be found here: http://maa.org/pubs/focus/Gardner_Hexaflexagons12_1956.pdf.

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Don't let a flexigatastrophe happen to you! Happy Hexaflexagon Month, in honor of Martin Gardner. Yes, we've been encouraging recreational use of hexaflexagons and even hexaflexagon parties to happen on Oct. 21, but be sure to flex responsibly. This is my

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart

This Thanksgiving, make sure your table isn't missing the all-important green bean matherole. Pick your favorite vector field and have at it! Mathed Potatoes, Green Bean Matherole, Turduckenen-duckenen

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart

Part 1: http://youtu. be/ahXIMUkSXX0 Part 2: http://youtu. be/lOIP_Z_-0Hs How to find the Lucas Angle: http://youtu. be/RRNQAaTVa_A References: Only good article I could find on the subject: http://www.sciencenews. org/view/generic/id/8479/title/Math_Trek

Recreational mathematics and inspirational videos by resident mathemusician Vi Hart