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18th Century Powers: Great Britain

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Featuring Matt Parker, who also wrote a book: http://bit.ly/Matt_4D_US Support Numberphile on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/numberphile Video by Brady Haran Animation by Pete McPartlan Numberphile is supported by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI): http://bit.ly/MSRINumberphile Thanks to these Patreon supporters for helping make this video: Herschal Sanders (from Susan) Today I Found Out Christian Cooper Ken Baron Roman Urbanovski Jeff Straathof Bill Shillito Lê OK Merli Alex Bozzi Peggy Youell Spiked Math Filipe Junqueira Thomas J Petersen Christian Cooper Andrzej 'Yester' Fiedukowicz NHM Alminji RexDex Arnas Valeika Henry Reich Keith Vertrees plusunim Micky Baeza Tracy Parry Stan Ciprian Rich Pantano (from Jill) Kelly N Cooper Stimson James P Buckley Kristian Joensen Raymond Mendelovits Peter Elst Valentin Dobrota

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