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Is this Batman equation for real?

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Is '$10$' a magical number or I am missing something?

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For any prime $p > 3$, why is $p^2-1$ always divisible by $24$?

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Conjectures that have been disproved with extremely large counterexamples?

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Why are mathematical proofs that rely on computers controversial?

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Why is Euler's Totient function always even?

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Does every prime divide some Fibonacci number?

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Is there a known mathematical equation to find the nth prime?

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The number of partitions of $n$ into distinct parts equals the number of partitions of $n$ into odd parts

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Fourier transform for dummies

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How come $32.5 = 31.5$? (The "Missing Square" puzzle.)

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Why is $\pi$ irrational if it is represented as $C/D$?

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Expected number of loops

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A beautiful limit involving primes and composites

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Is there an integral that proves $\pi > 333/106$?

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What is the most elegant proof of the Pythagorean theorem?

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How can I understand and prove the "sum and difference formulas" in trigonometry?

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Can you raise a number to an irrational exponent?

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What is the difference between the Discrete Fourier Transform and the Fast Fourier Transform?

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Motivation for Napier's Logarithms

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What are some mathematical topics that involve adding and multiplying pictures?

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Prime numbers stretch to infinity, but what about the distance between them?

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Examples of mathematical induction

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Primes between $n$ and $2n$

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Why don't we use base 6 or 11?

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Why is not the answer to all probability questions 1/2.

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Probability Discrepancy in drawing 2 cards from a Deck of 52

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Covering ten dots on a table with ten equal-sized coins: explanation of proof

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If I have three points, is there an easy way to tell if they are collinear?

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How prove this nice limit $\lim\limits_{n\to\infty}\frac{a_{n}}{n}=\frac{12}{\log{432}}$

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