Polygons by the number of sides | Constructible polygons | Euclidean plane geometry

In geometry, a 65537-gon is a polygon with 65,537 (216 + 1) sides. The sum of the interior angles of any non–self-intersecting 65537-gon is 11796300°. (Wikipedia).

MegaFavNumbers: The beauty of 8388608 = 2^23

A perfect sphere packing in the vector space of 23-bit numbers, which is related to the famous Golay (23,12) error correcting code. #MegaFavNumbers

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This video was made for #MegaFavNumbers The sequence that is generated by cycles of bits and somehow related to prime numbers and multiplicative order of 2 mod 2n+1 Sequence: 3, 6, 15, 12, 255, 30, 63, 24, 315, 510, 33825, 60, 159783, 126, 255, 48, 65535, 630, 14942265, 1020, 4095, 67650

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My entry in the #MegaFavNumbers project by James Grime and Matt Parker. The number in question is 2¹⁰²⁴, also known as 179,769,313,486,231,590,772,930,519,078,902,473,361,797,697,894,230,657,273,430,081,157,732,675,805,500,963,132,708,477,322,407,536,021,120,113,879,871,393,357,658,789,76

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MegaFavNumbers - 13223140496 And Its Amazing Properties

#MegaFavNumbers Hi, In this video I'll be looking at my favourite number greater than 1 million; that is the number 13223140496. To most, this will seem like a large number, and nothing more than that, but in this video I'll explain why this number is so cool! If you are new to the chan

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My MegaFavNumbers - GK's Numbers with Chained Prime Factors

#MegaFavNumbers 9890836489141547229675646151234 Chained Prime Factors {2, 23, 37, 71, 101, 131, 151, 181, 191, 193, 313, 353, 373, 383, 389} visit https://oeis.org/A308101 and https://oeis.org/A308099 for details #MegaFavNumbers

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#MegaFavNumbers My favourite Number is 179 digits long!!!

#MegaFavNumbers sorry I had made mistakes about the prime factors. it was supposed to be 3×3×5×.... but I had taken it be 3×5×5×... and I have corrected below 31 980 599 086 523 546 548 147 351 491 272 676 211 458 715 997 231 784 732 063 781 637 489 066 745 716 387 150 725 397 533 911 7

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Why I love 4294967296? MegaFavNumbers.

Bitonic sorter: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitonic_sorter Fast Fourier Transform https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fast_Fourier_transform#:~:text=A%20fast%20Fourier%20transform%20(FFT,frequency%20domain%20and%20vice%20versa. #MegaFavNumbers I know that this video is horrible, but an invite

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Theory of numbers: Fermat's theorem

This lecture is part of an online undergraduate course on the theory of numbers. We prove Fermat's theorem a^p = a mod p. We then define the order of a number mod p and use Fermat's theorem to show the order of a divides p-1. We apply this to testing some Fermat and Mersenne numbers to se

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Introduction to number theory lecture 14. Euler's totient function

This lecture is part of my Berkeley math 115 course "Introduction to number theory" For the other lectures in the course see https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8yHsr3EFj53L8sMbzIhhXSAOpuZ1Fov8 We cover the basic properties of Euler's totient function. The textbook is "An introducti

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Introduction to number theory lecture 10. Fermat's theorem

This lecture is part of my Berkeley math 115 course "Introduction to number theory" For the other lectures in the course see https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8yHsr3EFj53L8sMbzIhhXSAOpuZ1Fov8 We prove Fermat's theorem about powers mod p. The textbook is "An introduction to the the

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Approximating Pi with Gregory's Theorem (visual proof for Pi day)

This is an animated visual proof of the Gregory's theorem, which provides a recursive method of finding the areas of the circumscribed 2n-gon and inscribed 2n-gon of a circle given the areas of the inscribed and circumscribed n-gons. As a Pi day treat, we show how to use these formulas to

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The Amazing Heptadecagon (17-gon) - Numberphile

More on the math behind this: http://youtu.be/oYlB5lUGlbw Catch David on the Numberphile podcast: https://youtu.be/9y1BGvnTyQA More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Professor David Eisenbud - director of MSRI - on the amazing 17-gon and its link to Gauss. See end of this video

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Happy Ending Problem - Numberphile

Professor Ron Graham discusses the famed Happy Ending Problem and Ramsey Theory. More Ron Graham Videos: http://bit.ly/Ron_Graham More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ An extra little bit at: http://youtu.be/hnIBiIcuudU Graham's Number: http://youtu.be/XTeJ64KD5cg Support us o

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Areas and Perimeters of Regular Polygons (visual proof)

This is a short, animated visual proof demonstrating that the area of the regular 2n-gon inscribed in a circle of radius r is equal to one-half the product of r and the perimeter of the regular n-gon inscribed in the same circle. We finish with a bonus proof that the area of a circle is on

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Find the Sum of the Angles of a 16-gon

Find the Sum of the Angles of a 16-gon If you enjoyed this video please consider liking, sharing, and subscribing. Udemy Courses Via My Website: https://mathsorcerer.com My FaceBook Page: https://www.facebook.com/themathsorcerer There are several ways that you can help support my chann

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Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk (Official Video) ft. Bruno Mars

Official Video for Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars Listen to Mark Ronson: https://MarkRonson.lnk.to/listenYD Subscribe to the official Mark Ronson: https://MarkRonson.lnk.to/subscribeYD Watch more Mark Ronson videos: https://MarkRonson.lnk.to/listenYD/youtube Follow Mark Ronso

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Math Mornings at Yale: Asher Auel - Wallpaper, Platonic Solids, and Symmetry

The Platonic solids-the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron-are some of the most beautiful and symmetric geometrical objects in 3-dimensional space. Their mysteries started to be unraveled by the ancient Greeks and still fascinate us today. In 1872, the German geom

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#MegaFavNumbers - 6086555670238378989670371734243169622657830773351885970528324860512791691264

Hey, it's free publicity and I do have an interest in numbers. Besides, since when have I ever had a consistent theme on this channel? #MegaFavNumbers

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