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What was up with Pythagoras?
posted September 10 2013 16:09.56 by spic0m




A different approach to Pythagoras from professional mathemusician at Khan Academy, Vihart.

Vihart:
Pythagoras had a problem with beans and irrationality. What really happened? I don't know! The square root of two is irrational, and beans are delicious.




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