Mmmmmm pie…

Mmmmmm pie…

Awesome!  How about a summary of all the math used in the Simpsons!

Explained are some of the more nuanced and especially complex examples.  A good one that appeared in the Homer^3 episode is the equation 1782^12 + 1841^12 = 1922^12 that floats through the scene and seems to disprove Fermat’s Last Theorem (but does not).  Way fun!

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