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Five Little Monkeys |
The classic nursery rhyme "Five Little Monkeys", for learning your numbers. |
2:09 | 34006 | 6.33 | |

Sesame Street: Elmo's Ducks |
An Elmo song about three ducks...two ducks...one duck...no ducks. |
2:05 | 42589 | 6.14 | |

Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 6 of 8 |
This part of the lecture discusses the world's consumption and supply of oil, and how major discoveries of new oil are completely insignificant compared to world demand - they would be consumed in a m |
0:00 | 47 | 6.00 | |

Doodling in Math Class: Infinity Elephants |
Various fascinating mathematical doodles. Step 1. Drawn any shape. Step 2. Draw the biggest circle you can within this shape. Step 3. Draw the biggest circle you can in the space left. |
4:36 | 2446 | 5.98 | |

Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin's lightning math |
"Mathemagician" Arthur Benjamin races a team of calculators to figure out 3-digit squares in his head |
15:14 | 318 | 5.85 | |

Phun - 2D physics sandbox |
Phun is a playground for the creative mind where toys can be easily created. |
6:00 | 1492 | 5.81 | |

The Beauty of Algebra |
Why the abstraction of mathematics is so fundamental and how it can be applied similarly to completely different fields. |
10:07 | 2219 | 5.76 | |

Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 4 of 8 |
Most people do not understand exponential growth, yet the concept is of fundamental importance. Lecture by Dr. Albert A. |
9:28 | 313 | 5.70 | |

Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 1 of 8 |
Most people do not understand exponential growth, yet the concept is of fundamental importance. Lecture by Dr. Albert A. Bartlett, professor emeritus of Physics at the University of Colorado-Boulder. |
9:18 | 2349 | 5.66 | |

Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 3 of 8 |
Most people do not understand exponential growth, yet the concept is of fundamental importance. Lecture by Dr. Albert A. Bartlett, professor emeritus of Physics at the University of Colorado-Boulder |
9:28 | 387 | 5.64 |