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Zero and infinity. These seemingly opposite, obvious and indispensable concepts are relatively recent human inventions. Discover the surprising story of how these key concepts that revolutionized mathematics came to be—not just once, but over and over again as different cultures invented and re-invented them across thousands of years.
Length: 54 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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Simple row operations
Vector triangle inequality
Local extrema and saddle points
Midpoint rule for triple integrals
Parallel, intersecting, skew and pe...
Parallel, perpendicular and angle b...
Parametric equations of the tangent...
Parametric representation of the su...
Partial derivatives in three or mor...
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