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WIM Video: The Pigeonhole Principle

The latest in Elisenda Grigsby’s WIM Video series features Harvard graduate student and Girls’ Angle mentor Charmaine Sia. ┬áIn it, she gives two applications of the pigeonhole principle:

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Mathematician’s Guide to Vest Removal

Our latest math video demo stars Harvard undergraduate Ryan Heffrin who demonstrates how to remove one’s vest without removing one’s overcoat. It’s a good party trick!

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Hana Kitasei and Tim Reckart

Scramble the Angle in “Girls’ Angle,” add an “A,” and get a girl named Angela. That’s what Hana and Tim did to create Girls’ Angle’s first animated math mentor. She wears an “A” on her shirt, or is that a … Continue reading

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WIM Video: The Platonic Solids by Emily Peters

Here’s the latest WIM video, featuring MIT postdoctoral fellow Emily Peters discussing the Platonic Solids.

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