Watch me calculate pi by rolling 1,000 random numbers on two d120 dice. All in the name of celebrating Pi Day 2017.
You can watch all 500 rolls of the dice!
Here are some proofs that the probability of two random integers being coprime is 6/π².
Download the spreadsheet I make at the end.
You can buy d120 dice from Maths Gear.
Here’s a nice summary of the Basel Problem from Plus Magazine.
While we’re talking about the Basel Problem: I cover it in my book. You know, just in case you were wondering.
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- At 12:28 I say that 63 is 3 × 31 when it is of course 3 × 21. Spotted by Nathan James.
- Let me know if you spot any more!
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MATT PARKER: Stand-up Mathematician
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