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Mathematics in Popular Culture

A brief analysis of mathematical concepts such as the Fourth Dimension, Fractals, and Predetermined Chaos in popular culture today, specifically in film.
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Alexa Brown

on 17 May 2014

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Transcript of Mathematics in Popular Culture

Fourth Dimension
Fractals
Predetermined Chaos
What's the deal?
Humanity's obsession with the unknown has a huge effect on the way we view the world and how we pursue answers and explanations.
Moral of the Story
As a whole, this constant search for understanding and comprehension of the universe around us will continue on for a while, so we might as well enjoy the side effects like classic films.
Math in Hollywood
Mathematics in Popular Culture
A brief analysis of the relevance of mathematical concepts in film.
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