20

*Mar*#### Math Links

- Oh, that scene in Bladerunner actually makes sense.
- Game theory
- Multiplication.
- Not trying at math can cost you $15,000.
- Great algorithm to answer Gerrymandering.
- Java Sliderule.
- Large collection of so-so quality math videos. (covering
*many*topics) - Not about math, but great example of teaching.
- Circles are awesome.
- Chatrooms that allow chatting in LaTeX (a math typesetting language)
- An instance of a teacher falling for a fencepost error.
- Conditional probability matters.
- Slightly condescending story about public confusion over negative numbers.
- How to count to twenty on one hand.
- A majority of Americans (fake?)
- Only helping about 80 people.
- Get a large sample size before extrapolating.
- Comcast thinks 0 is positive.
- Surely fake 911 call for math help.
- This youtube user hosts many Square One TV sketches.
- Free math textbooks online. I can confirm that they're not
*all*just by cranks. - How the Romans multiplied Roman Numerals and why it works.
- How misused calculators embarassed a traffic officer.
- Why don't they let me use calculators?
- Exotic multiplication and division from strange textbooks
- Supermathematics
- A nice use of log-scale plotting.
- Everything you always wanted to know about trig (but were afraid to ask).
- Benford's Law
- Embarassing math rap.
- Longish talk about statistics
- Multiplication Method for large numbers
- Sophomore's Dream
- Pythagorean theorem applied to everything
- Mobius transformation eye-candy
- Self-referential formula
- Example of mathematical ignorance misconstruing statistics
- 8 minute mock documentary about math
- Magazine misprint
- Some innumeracy anecdotes
- Infamous verizon dollar and cents arithmetic mistake