This thread is simply to post your favorite songs related to the field of mathematics. So...post away.

Some of mine are.

[url]video.google.com/videoplay%253Fdocid%253D5824650101731830128[/url]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RA-dMSDPFhA

## Math Songs

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Finite Simple Group (of Order Two)

I Will Derive!

Not quite math, but the Carl Sagan remixes are also great:

I Will Derive!

Not quite math, but the Carl Sagan remixes are also great:

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"I like to be understood whenever I open my mouth; I have a horror of blinding people with science"- Richard Dawkins

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Bo Burnham's 'New Math': http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obIGsb-IZMo

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http://mathforum.org/library/view/68159.html

This song helps me remember the chain rule.

http://www.alltooflat.com/about/personal/ton/pi.html

This one's catchy.

This song helps me remember the chain rule.

http://www.alltooflat.com/about/personal/ton/pi.html

This one's catchy.

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My old math teacher really liked this one about the Quadratic Formula: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_0vgqi7fU4

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Woofsie wrote:Finite Simple Group (of Order Two)

Damn, I was going to post this!

Also great is Calculus the Musical. They put together an hour long musical where they essentially teach all the important concepts of Calculus.

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The soundtrack to the Off-Broadway musical Fermat's Last Tango?

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-Ambrose Bierce

"My God, all the matter in the universe has just rapidly expanded outward, in some sort of bang."

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