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The Best Movies For Mathematicians

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The Best Movies For Mathematicians

The best movies available for mathematicians

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TOP 5 MIND OPENING and QUALITY movies

This was my selection for the fact that these are not only mind opening movies but also enjoyable while watching.Leave your movie choices in the comment below.

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Gifted Movie (2017) [ Scene/Clip ] - Mary Solve the Maths Problem and Surprises the Teacher [1080p]

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Einstein the Mad Scientist | Genius

Albert Einstein races to solve the proof of his theory of general relativity before mathematician David Hilbert.
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Math Team: The Movie

Math Team: The Movie is worthy of being scored on the same 5 star scale as Titanic, Shawshank Redemption, and Transformers 2. -Caleb Allan

The've crunched the numbers, and it's unanimous; 'Math Team: The Movie' is the documentary smash hit of the summer! - Greg Ramel

Critics are calling it the best documentary about a high school-level math team. Math Team: The Movie, is part documentary, part comedy, and part tragedy. The film follows the Oak Park and River Forest High School 2011-2012 Math Team throughout their entire season. From practices to the first away meet to various other NSML meets to the 2012 ICTM State Math Contest, Math Team: The Movie, tells a story of love, hate, triumph, and failure.

Math Team: The Movie, stars the members and coaches of the 2011-2012 OPRFHS Math Team. Math Team: The Movie, was directed and edited by Tom Jozefowicz and produced by Scott Daniel. Math Team: The Movie, features an original film score composed by Scott Daniel.

Math Team: The Movie, was filmed using an iPhone and iPod touch. The editing was done using Final Cut Pro and the soundtrack was made using Logic and Garageband.

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Top 10 Math Movies

This is my list of the best math movies of all time. To make the list, the movie had to feature at least one mathematician as a prominent character. More explanation of how I compiled the list is at the link below.



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10 of the greatest math movie bloopers

The Mathologer digs deep into his vast collection of mathematical gems found in movies and TV episodes to produce a lineup of some of the greatest mathematical bloopers. Featuring William Shatner, Mel Gibson, Peter Dinklage and other movie stars in some very funny mathematical movie action.

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Ramanujan (The Man who reshaped 20th Century Mathematics)

Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920) is one of the greatest Mathematicians of the twentieth century. Well known mathematicians Professors G.H. Hardy and J.E. Littlewood compared Ramajuan’s mathematical abilities and natural genius with all-time great mathematicians like Leonhard Euler, Carl Friedrich Gauss and Karl Gustav Jacobi. The influence of Ramanujan on number theory is without parallel in mathematics. His papers, problems and letters would continue to captivate mathematicians in the future. He rediscovered a century of mathematics and made new discoveries.

Srinivasa Ramanujan Aiyangar (best known as Srinivasa Ramanujan) was born on 22 December, 1887 in Erode about 400 km from Chennai (formerly known as Madras). While at school, Ramanujan came across a book entitled A Synopsis of Elementary Results in Pure and Applied Mathematics by George Shoobridge Carr. This book had a great influence on Ramanujan’s career. G.H. Hardy (1877 – 1947), a prominent English mathematician wrote about the book: “He (Carr) is now completely forgotten, even in his college, except in so far as Ramanujan kept his name alive”. Ramanujan solved all the problems in Carr’s Synopsis. While working on Carr’s Synopsis, he discovered many others new formulae, and he began the practice of compiling a notebook. Between 1903 and1914 he had compiled three notebooks.

Much of Ramanujan’s mathematics comes under the field of number theory - a purest realm of mathematics. During his short lifetime, Ramanujan independently compiled nearly 3900 results (mostly identities and equations). He stated results that were both original and highly unconventional, such as the Ramanujan prime and the Ramanujan theta function, and these have inspired a vast amount of further research in the area of mathematics.

The story of Srinivasa Ramanujan is a 20th century rags to mathematical riches story. It is also a story of human spirit of inquiry. Despite the fact that he has no university education, Ramanujan was well known to the university mathematicians in Madras. It is also fact that Ramanujan’s early year were spent in a scientifically sterile atmosphere and his life from childhood till the time he return back to India from London was full of hardship. In his early days he even did not had paper to write. The circumstances under which it continued his passion for mathematics and gone to Cambridge, supported by eminent mathematicians and returned back with all glory appears to our younger generation nothing short of miracle. The life and work of Ramanujan has enough content to inspire our youths to break their bonds of intellectual confinement and perhaps soar the way that Ramanujan did.

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