Image Credits

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Rubik’s Cube
Credit: Gerd Altmann
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Geometric Patterns in Islamic Art
Credit: Dimitry B. / ru_boff (Flickr)
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Smithsonian Parterre
Credit: Eric Long, Smithsonian Institution photographer
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Modeling the Melt
Credit: NASA photograph by Kathryn Hansen
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How Not to Be Wrong
Credit: Albert Yau
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A Voyage That Will Forever Change Your Perspective of Home
Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt
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Archimedes: Superhero of the Mathematical World
Credit: Mechanics Magazine (1824)
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Very Small Sea Creatures
Credit: NOAA, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. Microphotograph taken by G. Carter, April 2000
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The Math Behind Minecraft
Credit: MinecraftEDU
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The Math and Science of Getting in Sync
Credit: Mike Lewinski (Flickr)
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Math at Top Speed
Credit: Dr. Richard Tapia
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The Fair Lane Assignment Problem in BMX Bicycle Racing
Credit: Brady Haran, Numberphile
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Gracie and Friends apps
Credit: First 8 Studios at WGBH
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Catalan Numbers
Credit: Tilman Piesk
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Cosmic Shadows and the Fifth Dimension
Credit: XMM-Newton, ESA, NASA
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