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Mile of Pi - Numberphile: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoxcjq-8xIDTYp3uz647V5A

A million digits of Pi on one piece of paper (1.05 miles).
More about how and why: http://youtu.be/99Welatppzk\

Applied Math Science Fair Projects :
Math is an elegant way to model the behavior of pretty much everything we can observe, and kids who won't settle for simply learning their multiplication tables will love exploring the applied math problems in these cool math science fair projects and math fair project ideas. These enlightening experimental procedures have little mad scientists doing everything from deriving equations for how powerful bed springs are to determining how the bore of a rocket's nozzle influences the amount of force the escaping gas can exert.

Search Math Reviews : http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/

The World of Mathematics : http://mathigon.org/

Dive into a colourful and engaging world, discovering some of the most exciting and curious mathematical ideas. Using interactive games, animations and countless illustrations, advanced mathematics becomes accessible to both children and adults.

Topics range from fractals to infinity, prime numbers, game theory, group theory and quantum mechanics.



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