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A brief history of Mathematics
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WS More or Less: When’s a Kilogram Not a Kilogram?
WS More or Less: Kilobyte to Brontobyte
WS More or Less: Why Albums are Getting Longer
One in 500 Year Storm
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The maths of spies and terrorists
WS More or Less: How not to test public opinion
The High Street, Home Births and Harry Potter Wizardry
Abortion, modern slavery, math versus maths
WS More or Less: Debunking guide – on a postcard
Radiolab - Numbers
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Math, Kurt Weill, Danica McKellar
Bad Incentives Are Blocking Better Science
The Secret To Tracking And Mapping Bears
Who’s Accountable When An Algorithm Makes A Bad Decision?
Can You Taste The Algorithm In This Arugula?
Rating Subjective Experiences Is Hard, But Fandango Is Really Bad At It
Episode 912: How Uncle Jamie Broke Jeopardy
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Episode 677: The Experiment Experiment
Why A Pack Of Peanut Butter M&M's Weighs A Tiny Bit Less Than A Regular Pack
Episode 485: What's Your Major?
At $17.5 Million A Year, Le Bron James Is Underpaid
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Hurricane Joseph & The Calculator That Time Forgot
“How Much Brain Damage Do I Have?”
How Do We Know What Really Works In Healthcare?
In Physics, Beauty May Be Overrated
How Can Math Make Your Holidays Merrier?
Randall Munroe Asks, ‘What If?’
Why Machines Discriminate—and How to Fix Them
The Surprisingly Predictable Patterns of Random Choice
Do Your Patriotic Duty: Learn Math
The Simpsons' Secret? It's Written By Math Geeks
Eugenia Cheng: How To Bake Pi
Pi Day
A Broadway Hit, With An Autistic Math Whiz At Its Center
The Teacher Who Believes Math Equals Love
Steven Strogatz: The Joy Of 'X'
Why Aren't More Girls Attracted To Physics?
Actress Danica Mc Kellar Helps “Girls Get Curves”
Marketplace Weekend
Loneliness: Stories About Finding Friends
Help: Stories about desperate situations
In Honor Of Pi Day: Stories About Math
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Erika Engelhaupt: The Science Of Speeding
Jen Fitzgerald: Rocky The Mathlete
Children Catch Math Anxiety From Parents
The Age of the Algorithm
On Average
What Really Is At The Bottom Of The Sea?
What’s In A Number? — 2006 Edition
Am I Normal? Download
How One Computer Hacker Conquered Online Dating, Opens Locked Cars, and More (#74)
Down and Dirty at the Museum of Math?
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Pinwheels for Peace 2018 - Combining Art, Math, and Desmos
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Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers
Applied Mathematics: A Very Short Introduction
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Numbers: A Very Short Introduction
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A mathematician's apology (1940)
Handbook of mathematics (1945)
Fantasia mathematica (1958)
Gödel's proof (1958)
Sphereland (1965)
Topology from a differentiable viewpoint (1965)
An introduction to commutative algebra (1969)
Mathematics made difficult (1972)
A course in arithmetic (1973)
Introductory functional analysis with applications (1978)
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To mock a mockingbird (1985)
Proofs and types (1989)
Primes of the Form X2 + Ny2: Fermat, Class Field Theory, and Complex Multiplication (1989)
Algebraic Number Theory (1992)
Concrete mathematics (1994)
How to prove it (1994)
Linear algebra done right (1995)
Algebraic Curves and Riemann Surfaces (1995)
Visual complex analysis (1997)
Conceptual Mathematics: A First Introduction To Categories (1997)
Geometry and the imagination (1999)
Combinatorial Optimization: Polyhedra and Efficiency (2002)
Sets for Mathematics (2003)
A first course in linear algebra (2004)
The art of problem solving (2006)
The princeton companion to mathematics (2008)
Visual group theory (2009)
Algebra: Chapter 0 (2009)
Essentials of discrete mathematics (2009)
Computational Topology: An Introduction (2010)
Foundations of analysis (2012)
Homotopy type theory (2013)
The napkin project (2017)
Mathematics for computer science (2017)
Immersive linear algebra (2017)
Programmer's Introduction to Mathematics (2018)
Physically based rendering: from theory to implementation
Invitation to ergodic theory
Abstract Algebra: Theory and Applications
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Disquisitiones Arithmeticae
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Introduction To Bayesian Statistics (2007)
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Nonlinear dynamics and chaos (2014)
Stanford mathematical foundations of computing (2016)
Types, Logic, and Verification (2013)
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