## Simon’s Times Tables Visualization Poster

My Times Tables Visualization Poster has arrived! Will probably present this at @CC_Amsterdam @ProcessingOrg Community Day Amsterdam! https://t.co/ChTg0eOLIn

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# Tag: Mathologer

## Simon’s Times Tables Visualization Poster

## Rational Approximations for Phi

## Simon made his own foam Rubik’s Cube

## Geometric Definition of e

## Irrationality of Square Roots

## Simon’s Times Tables Visualization

## Very irrational numbers expressed as their continued fractions

## The irrationality of Pi and e

## 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +… = – 1/12? Or does it break math?

My Times Tables Visualization Poster has arrived! Will probably present this at @CC_Amsterdam @ProcessingOrg Community Day Amsterdam! https://t.co/ChTg0eOLIn

“If I get the next two digits right, I’ll be ecstatic!” Simon says, as he hurries on with a φ (Phi) approximation algorithm using Fibonacci numbers. He keeps dividing every following … Continue reading Rational Approximations for Phi

Simon saw this design in a video by Mathologer and adapted it slightly (Mathologer used glue and no screws). He had dreamt of making a cube like this for months, … Continue reading Simon made his own foam Rubik’s Cube

The idea comes from a video by Mathologer. Simon sketches a geometric definition of the Euler’s number (e) using integrals. He messed up a little with the integral notation, but … Continue reading Geometric Definition of e

Simon has started a little video series about the Irrationality of Square Roots. In Part 0, Simon talks about what square root of 2 is and in Part 1, he … Continue reading Irrationality of Square Roots

Simon shows his Times Tables Visualization in Processing (Java) and talks about how it’s connected to Mandelbrot Set. See the code with the README on GitHub: https://github.com/simon-tiger/times_tables View the full animation … Continue reading Simon’s Times Tables Visualization

Simon wanted to make an outside video this afternoon, about what he’s been thinking of a lot lately – continued fractions. In the video below, he looks for curious number … Continue reading Very irrational numbers expressed as their continued fractions

Simon has been watching a lot of Mathologer’s videos lately, mainly about Euler’s Number (e) and Pi. He is fascinated by the proofs Mathologer presented of why each number is … Continue reading The irrationality of Pi and e

Simon keeps coming back to this irresistible math problem about whether the infinite sum 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +… converges to negative 1/12. He was quite disappointed … Continue reading 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +… = – 1/12? Or does it break math?