Every mathematician knows Martin Gardner. In his days Martin Gardner made mathematics cool. Many great names in mathematics honored him in one way or the other. Gardner wrote about mathematics in a way that appealed to a wide audience. He wrote a column about mathematics in the Scientific American and published more than 100 books.
Meet Martin Gardner in The Nature of Things. ( Vumeo 45min ).
Monday, November 19, 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Marty Leeds about PI
Marty Leeds ( http://www.martyleeds33.com/ ) is mathematics fanatic, one of his interests is the number PI. He wrote the books ‘Pi – The Great Work’ en ‘Pi & The English Alphabet’. I called him a math fanatic and not a mathematician because his interest in PI isn't particularly Number Theoretic...
Anyway, he was interviewed by Pateo Radio yesterday ( November, 5 2012 ) http://www.argusoog.org/pateoradio05november2012/. In case you are interested in PI from a different angle. Enjoy.
Anyway, he was interviewed by Pateo Radio yesterday ( November, 5 2012 ) http://www.argusoog.org/pateoradio05november2012/. In case you are interested in PI from a different angle. Enjoy.
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