This step by step guide demonstrates tying 15 types: 00:36 Overhand 01:22 Square 02:36 Figure Eight 03:40 Bowline, 05:29 Running 06:19 Half, 07:45 Timber, 09:42 Rolling, 10:43 Clove Hitches 11:30 Cat's Paw 12:58 Single, 14:40 Double Sheet or Becket Bends 15:30 Fisherman's, 17:09 Doubl

From playlist How To Tutorials

This knot is very useful for adjusting tie downs quickly and easily. For example, a tarp could be held down by a series of these knots and be made very tight so the wind cannot make it rise, and easily be removed simply by sliding the knots later. A taut line knot is also used to keep larg

From playlist Practical Projects & Skills

Link: https://www.geogebra.org/m/a72HSgzU

From playlist Geometry: Challenge Problems

Unofoil with cogs: http://shpws.me/wk7u Trefoil with cogs: http://shpws.me/wk7H Cinquefoil with cogs: http://shpws.me/wk7t

From playlist 3D printing

Geometry - Constructions (8.5 of 15) How to Draw 2 Lines that are Parallel

Visit http://ilectureonline.com for more math and science lectures! THIS VIDEO IS A REPOST OF AN ERROR VIDEO: https://youtu.be/bDPuVvpJETc In this video I will demonstrate how to draw 2 lines that are exactly parallel. Next video in the Constructions series can be seen at: http://youtu.

From playlist GEOMETRY 2 - CONSTRUCTIONS

Link: https://www.geogebra.org/m/xzdy9uRQ

From playlist Geometry: Challenge Problems

Calculus 3: Ch 2.2 Planes in 3-D Equation (8 of 22) Is the Line Parallel to the Given Plane? Ex. 1

Visit http://ilectureonline.com for more math and science lectures! To donate: http://www.ilectureonline.com/donate https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3236071 We will determine if a line is parallel to the given plane. Ex. 1 Next video in this series can be seen at: https://youtu.be/j0Jaddi

From playlist CALCULUS 3 CH 2.2 PLANES IN 3-D

Primes and Knots - Akshay Venkatesh

Public Lecture: Primes and Knots - October 25, 2019 Akshay Venkatesh, Robert and Luisa Fernholz Professor School of Mathematics, IAS In mathematics, there are many surprising parallels between problems in the theory of numbers and questions in three-dimensional geometry. Akshay Venkatesh

From playlist Mathematics

Today's puzzle is by Phistomefel and is called The Knot. It looks like an ordinary killer sudoku... in fact it is an ordinary killer sudoku but it still gives Simon a whole heap of trouble. Play it here: https://cracking-the-cryptic.web.app/sudoku/nnQ482qjHq Rules: Normal sudoku rules

From playlist Phistomefel Puzzles

Patrick Popescu Pampu: A proof of Neumann-Wahl Milnor fibre Conjecture via logarithmic...- Lecture 2

HYBRID EVENT Recorded during the meeting "Milnor Fibrations, Degenerations and Deformations from Modern Perspectives" the September 07, 2021 by the Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (Marseille, France) Filmmaker: Guillaume Hennenfent Find this video and other talks given

From playlist Algebraic and Complex Geometry

This shows a 3d print of a mathematical sculpture I produced using shapeways.com. This model is available at http://shpws.me/kZfU This is joint work with François Guéritaud and Saul Schleimer.

From playlist 3D printing

Inca Knot Numbers - Numberphile

Alex Bellos discusses how the Incans used knots in string (Quipu) to record numbers. Check out Brilliant (get 20% off their premium service): https://brilliant.org/numberphile (sponsor) More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Check out the Language Lover's Puzzle Book) on Amazon:

From playlist Alex Bellos on Numberphile

Toroflux paradox: making things (dis)appear with math

NEW (Christmas 2019). Two ways to support Mathologer Mathologer Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mathologer Mathologer PayPal: paypal.me/mathologer (see the Patreon page for details) Today is all about geometric appearing and vanishing paradoxes and that math that powers them. This vide

From playlist Recent videos

Rotation transmission between parallel shafts, one can move. The key factor is: 4 belt branches connecting to the green and blue pulleys must be parallel. It uses rope and flat belts, not V-belts. Inventor files of this video: http://www.mediafire.com/file/92mo39k7kqkgzde/BeltDrive8Inv.z

From playlist Mechanisms

Little disks operads and Feynman diagrams – Thomas Willwacher – ICM2018

Mathematical Physics | Topology Invited Lecture 11.3 | 6.5 Little disks operads and Feynman diagrams Thomas Willwacher Abstract: The little disks operads are classical objects in algebraic topology which have seen a wide range of applications in the past. For example they appear prominen

From playlist Mathematical Physics

First in a series of videos about knots. Here we have Carlo H. Séquin from UC Berkeley. More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ More videos to come at: http://bit.ly/Knot-a-Phile Edit and animation by Pete McPartlan. Film and interview by Brady Haran With thanks to Rob Scharein

From playlist Carlo Séquin on Numberphile

Science & Technology Q&A for Kids (and others) [Part 48]

Stephen Wolfram hosts a live and unscripted Ask Me Anything about science and technology for all ages. Find the playlist of Q&A's here: https://wolfr.am/youtube-sw-qa Originally livestreamed at: https://twitch.tv/stephen_wolfram Outline of Q&A 0:00 Stream starts 3:11 Stephen begins the s

From playlist Stephen Wolfram Ask Me Anything About Science & Technology

1,701,936 unique knots (and counting) #megafavnumbers

#megafavnumbers Talking about my favorite number over 1,000,000. We currently know about the first 1,701,936 different kinds of knots. There are a lot of math youtubers making high-quality, well-edited videos about their favorite big number. This...might not be one off them. The two times

From playlist MegaFavNumbers