## Audio

“BBC Radio 4 Extra – A Brief History Of Mathematics”. 2021. bbc.co.uk. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00srz5b/episodes/player.

Marcus du Sautoy argues that mathematics is the driving force behind modern science: Leonard Euler and an 18th-century puzzle. This ten-part history of mathematics reveals the personalities behind the calculations: the passions and rivalries of mathematicians struggling to get their ideas heard. Professor Marcus du Sautoy shows how these masters of abstraction find a role in the real world and proves that mathematics is the driving force behind modern science.

## Learning

Robinson, Sir. 2021. “Sir Ken Robinson | Speaker | TED”. ted.com. https://www.ted.com/speakers/sir_ken_robinson.

Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson challenged the way we educate our children, championing a radical rethink of how our school systems cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.

Richard Feynman was a physicist who received a Nobel prize for his work in quantum electrodynamics. He was notorious for asking others to explain concepts in simple language to test their understanding.

## Mathematics

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Get inspired to dive into your homework and crush your goals. Here you’ll find friendly math tutorials, help, and advice on everything from algebra to calculus, proofs to number theory. Clear up the confusion and join in on the math love. YOU got this!

MIT grad shows how to use the Law of Sines to solve a triangle for missing sides and angles. To skip ahead: 1) AAS or ASA case, when you’re given TWO ANGLES AND A SIDE, skip to 0:17. 2) For how to know WHEN to use the Law of Sines in trigonometry, skip to 5:55. 3) For when the SSA ambiguous case comes up, and there may be one solution, two solutions, or no solution, skip to 6:32. Nancy formerly of MathBFF explains the trig steps to find the missing sides of a triangle using the sine function in this basic introduction to the Law of Sines formula used in trigonometry, geometry, algebra 2, and precalculus. This trig law is also known as the Sine Rule. It is helpful for solving OBLIQUE triangles with trigonometric functions.