We discuss the number 16 - a perfect square - and how sitting at table 16 led to something bigger for Matt Parker.
In this video is Dr Ria Symonds from the University of Nottingham.
And stand-up mathematician Matt Parker whose website is http://standupmaths.com/
The MathsJam website is http://mathsjam.com/
Matt's section filmed at St Pancras Champagne Bar in London... Our thanks to them.
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