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Category Archives: Maths in the movies
movie math quiz
Do you love math? Do you love movies? If so, then the movie math quiz is for you! Can you figure out these movie titles? http://spikedmath.com/401.html … Continue reading
Hard ProblemsThe Road to the World’s Toughest Math Contest FULL MOVIE
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Math in the Movies  Travelling Salesman
Travelling Salesman (2012) Four mathematicians are hired by the US government to solve the most powerful problem in computer science history. Travelling Salesman – Official Trailer [HD] Travelling Salesman – Official Movie Site
Num3er 237
The factors of 237 are: 1 3 79 237 The prime factors are: 3 * 79 237 is the smallest 3digit number with its digits being 3 different primes that is not … Continue reading
Star Trek #Math – The trouble with tribbles
In the Star Trek episode “The Trouble with Tribbles,” when Kirk opens the door and all the tribbles fall on him, Spock says that there are 1,771,561 tribbles in the wheat compartment, basing that calculation on one tribble entering 3 … Continue reading
Basic Math in the Movie: Die Hard with a Vengeance – Water Jug Puzzle
This is a fun puzzle: In the movie “Die Hard with a Vengeance”, Bruce Willis must measure 4 litres of water using two containers one with a capacity of 3 litres and the other with 5 litres. … Continue reading
Maths in the Movie: The Travelling Salesman Problem
Traveling Salesman Problem http://mathworld.wolfram.com/TravelingSalesmanProblem.html Travelling Salesman – The Official Movie Site The movie tells the story of four mathematicians hired by the US government to solve P vs NP, in the process creating a system that could crack encryption codes within … Continue reading
Maths Errors in the Movies (Video)
This film looks at mathematical errors in some recently released movies – and gets very upset about them. Written and presented by Matt Parker. Maths In The Movies (Part 1 of 2) Maths In The Movies (Part 2 … Continue reading
Maths in the movies: the Snake lemma
“It’s My Turn” (1980) stars Jill Clayburgh, who plays a mathematics professor. In the opening scene, she proves the “snake lemma” of homological algebra to an obnoxious graduate student. Learn more about the snake lemma at Mathworld, … Continue reading