The National Museum of Math in NYC held a math song contest and I was selected as one of the winners. I was invited to come to the museum to perform my rap at the museum. There were awesome performers from as far as Texas, Louisiana, Philly, and Boston! We had a fantastic time and I really hope to have the opportunity to do it again! Here's the video of the performance. I also have a slightly longer video with my full introduction from MoMath at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3TD3otqU1M
Tagged under: Messin Around,Performance (Visual Art Form),Museum Of Mathematics (Museum),New York City (City/Town/Village),geometry,calculus,math,math rap,mramathrap,andrejkovics
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