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The magic of Fibonacci numbers | Arthur Benjamin

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Math is logical, functional and just ... awesome. Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin explores hidden properties of that weird and wonderful set of numbers, the Fibonacci series. (And reminds you that mathematics can be inspiring, too!) TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Aidan Keane (3 days ago)
Beauty of math!+×÷=/<>*
fighting FRENZY92 (3 days ago)
If you're interested in this, you've been forced to.
tarundeep movva (5 days ago)
But ...but...mathematics is much more than sequences
Arka Bhattacharyya (7 days ago)
i thought it was bill gates in the thumbnail
Anonymity Is Best (7 days ago)
Fibs are used everyday in trading, and it's amazing how often price turns at the golden ratio (.618)
Tim Early (9 days ago)
A very good read is, "Is God a Mathematician?" (No, it's not trying to prove God) It asks how—if mathematics is an abstract construction of the human mind—it can so perfectly explain the physical world. Is it part of the fabric of physical reality?
André Fagundes (9 days ago)
2.3% disliked a brilliant video, people are so weird.
Blake Parker (10 days ago)
"For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen, being understood from His workmanship, so that men are without excuse." Romans 1:20 There is a GOD HIS name is I AM, HE exists in three parts and HE manifested HIMSELF among men to die for the sins of all of mankind, but HE took HIS life up again. Just like the Fibonacci sequence GOD has other laws for life and one law is this: "For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord." Romans 6:23 If you do not believe upon the name of JESUS and turn from your sin, you will die my friend. Experience Eternal Life through the remission of sins by the blood of JESUS. HE shed HIS blood because only HE could pay the debts that HE required. "For GOD so Loved the world, that HE gave HIS only begotten SON, that whosoever believeth in HIM should not perish, but have everlasting life." John 3:16
Daniel Chung (11 days ago)
*Feebonacci*
Derek Wilhelm (12 days ago)
He's a great lecturer and teacher.
chun yan gong (13 days ago)
He is the fun professor that I never had
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Anang Sulistyono (16 days ago)
Wow, this a superb presentation. Wish I had this kind of skill when I was in college. Dynamic pptx, interesting content, lively speech, and a killer closing statement. Perfect.
Gram Carter (16 days ago)
WOW he's the most realistic muppet I've ever seen, bravo TED, very innovative technology
Royal Pro YT (17 days ago)
He must be a teacher
Aldo Gincarlos (17 days ago)
What i wonder is why do we use a 2 digit value system for 10's why cant it just be a arbitrary single digit expression without altering value to the left? Example 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0θ 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1θ 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2θ Anyway this seemingly simple change would alter mathematical results. Maybe the 9 is an after effect of adding one value, one digit to the left. You're cutting into the 10 value with a 1 value. Get it?
Keyser Söze (17 days ago)
White Kat Williams
BMF (17 days ago)
NO GOD numbers
IRBot:Classic (20 days ago)
feebeenachee numbeers
Mohammad Ismail (20 days ago)
Amazing.
The Commenter (21 days ago)
I just love this man.
Francesco Contini (21 days ago)
oddly trivial, this one
Nguyen Park de Sosa (22 days ago)
Golden Ratio (GR) = (√5 + 1)/2 GR squared = GR + 1. 1/GR = GR - 1.
Gersom van Slooten (22 days ago)
This is the part math that always intrigues me the most. Everything fits so perfectly! It seems to be necessarily so. Like it can't not be perfect. I want to know why flowers show Fibonacci patterns.
Jan Janssen (23 days ago)
Gold? Prefer transparants kristalline. Way more flexibel
dat calculation tho (23 days ago)
This. Man. Is. Amazing.
Itay Dor (25 days ago)
He did not do justice to Fibonacci or the golden ration... its a lot more beautiful and interesting than that...
Samar Einstein (25 days ago)
This is incredible wow
Bob Lyra (25 days ago)
Arthur Benjamin, good Morning. Comment déchiffrer la paléographie des chiffres arabes du Moyen Âge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIPsGrkUmEk&t=1s Thank you for your kind visit.
maragani sasank sai (26 days ago)
Math is fun
N I G H T D R I V E (1 month ago)
Go go Zeppeli
Smiles with Anagha (1 month ago)
Where can i learn such beautiful math everyday ? 😭
Jason Moore (1 month ago)
TED sure used to be great. So wtf has happened lately with talks about poor pedophiles.
Yume Iwamoto (1 month ago)
Literally this is my favorite TED talk!
K F (1 month ago)
This doesn’t add up
GASHISH (1 month ago)
If this sir taught math in my school I'd definately learn and want to learn more about math
Destinee A. draw (1 month ago)
This blew my mind
Abhishek Tomar (1 month ago)
What's the use of it? Other than fun
elli003 (1 month ago)
I use Fibonacci for finding breaks in my stock charts as a part of technical analysis. News events may affect stock movement, but absence of news does too. Fibonacci projections and retracements complement MA 50/200 and Bollinger Bands.
BlackWizards (1 month ago)
3:32 He was expecting the crowd to say Fibonacci, but they didn't so he said it himself lol
George Job (1 month ago)
Why was I force fed algebra when it was a waste of my life ! I am a baker ? Algebra ??? Yuck ..
Steve Johnson (1 month ago)
this would have been better if it were 30 minutes longer
The Masked Gunner (1 month ago)
I was lucky enough to meet this guy at my school a few years back
Han Naung (1 month ago)
Fantastic secret
J Attitude (1 month ago)
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Dr. Saav (1 month ago)
dunno, this was kinda mediocre, he still spent most of his time explaining calculation and only made a brief reference to its application in nature. A step in the right direction to be sure but it is going to take a lot more than this to truly inspire people, especially ones not mathematically inclined.
Thomas Cragg (1 month ago)
1980
I Make Gaming Montages (1 month ago)
He has an extraordinary mind but sometimes I think he just makes sums more complicated than it needs to be
shoji O (1 month ago)
Only few people can figuring out the “why” part...because most people stuck in the “solving” part...
Seth Skullsberg (1 month ago)
#9 is way more cooler than this 9 times any number reduces back to 9. Its the only # to do that. 9×5=45 (4+5=9) 9x8=72 (7+2=9) 9x14=126 (1+2+6=9) 9x254=2,286(2+2+8+6=18) 1+8=9
fix it (13 days ago)
Dude, you're right!!
Price Bayliss (1 month ago)
What has 4 letters and describes this guy... Fibonacci says....DORK
Daniel Erhard (1 month ago)
i'm in last year of school, and I always liked maths, but I never had a proper teacher that taught them right. Now in this last year, the headmaster of the school teaches physics and maths to us, and he's a physician and mathematician, and I can see his passion for maths in each lesson. That makes me happy. Last year I decided to study physics next year at university, that's my passion too, so I'm happy that this teacher teaches not only maths and physics, but also logical reasoning and knowledge and I love he is able to transmit his passion as Arthur Benjamin does. Sorry if I didn't write very good ;)
Kemal (1 month ago)
We are genetically programmed to find patterns and seek meaning out of it. Fibonacci as a guidance to aesthetics in nature and design is BULLSHIT.
PEDRO SANTIAGO (1 month ago)
Ty
A brilliant sensitive Soul • God Bless Him
Ed Rico (1 month ago)
6 minutes on Fibonacci where’s the rest turd face
Donald Clifford (1 month ago)
Whether it's mathematismo or arithmatrix, divisiveness multi[plies in addition to fractionalizing exponentally.
Balika Kamble (1 month ago)
Wow! It's amazing talk.
myfatcousin1 (2 months ago)
I actually really enjoy math. Always have since I was 4. I cube numbers up to 47(after this they’re 6 digits) in my head not always super fast but almost always right. Also look up the magic behind number 9
ramaraksha01 (2 months ago)
These numbers came from India. Fibonacci introduced them to the west - pl give credit where it is due
Thiago Oliveira (2 months ago)
KKKKKK ESSE HOMEM É O HADDAD
Akash gayakwad (2 months ago)
What a magic of numerics
Matt Moler (2 months ago)
"feebonacci"?
Guru Trading Academy (2 months ago)
There's a deeper meaning at play here...
6ch6ris6 (2 months ago)
well great now i wanna listen to tool AGAIN
Karl Kelly (2 months ago)
Huh
ThegaminCharmander (2 months ago)
I LOVE fibonacci numbers. Thank you Mister Benjamin!
박찬우 (2 months ago)
KMath+KPop: Do you know 'Fibonacci-Nucha Parabola'? (※ y = xx - x - 1) I'll show you relationship about 'Fibonacci-Nucha Parabola' and 'Fibonacci Number' and 'Golden Ratio' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53J4KVmPL3I
Prog4Prog (2 months ago)
Tool brought me here
Lawrence Belai (2 months ago)
The 12th number of the Fibonacci Sequence is 144, which is 12*12.
CORENTIN TUQUET (2 months ago)
good job men
ThaDoughBoy (2 months ago)
Didn't play "Lateralus"... Disliked...
this jsut shows that maths make no sense at all...and all of this is happening in our minds
Khalid Mashal (2 months ago)
I first got interested in maths about a year ago in 7th grade. During this 1 year I home schooled myself and realized how fun mathematics is. The different concepts, different equations, different difficulties. The more maths I did the more I grew towards it.
Misanthropic69 (2 months ago)
Thats because this supposed 'education' is not really about inculcating any real curiosity within the student/s (it isnt about 'education', at all, LOL). It's mostly just about 'employment skills'. Preparing people for the 'workforce'. This is primarily a product and extantism of the industrial revolution itself. It is necessary for the existence of capital, and its concomitant 'wealth'. If we consider the division of labour and how this specifically relates to industrial and post-industrial society, we can see why most people would not take anything more than a superficial interest in mathematics because of the 'necessity' of the contemporary division of labour(since politico-economists only care about 'efficiency' primarily as it relates to personal and collective profit, and production itself).
Sloosh (2 months ago)
This video made me pissed lmao
Leopoldo Lopez (2 months ago)
Im still waiting for him to tell me what the aplication of it is.
Gotcha VerseAnime (2 months ago)
This helped me do my homework I got an A that’s amazing that’s dude
aman mittal (2 months ago)
he practically told "Nothing"
박찬우 (2 months ago)
KPop + KMath: Do you know 'Fibonacci-Nucha Sequence Number'??? If (a, b) are 'Adjacent Fibonacci Number', then (2ba - a^2, b^2 + a^2) are also 'Adjacent Fibonacci Number'. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYhI8AcE-NA
Louie The Weird Dashund (2 months ago)
1980
Louie The Weird Dashund (2 months ago)
1337
PolaroidFreak 600 (2 months ago)
Give me.. FIBONACCI!
YG Kush (2 months ago)
spiral out
DIVYANSHI SINGH (2 months ago)
Amazing!
lol xd (2 months ago)
Fibonacci starts with 0
Elisa Renard (2 months ago)
Grade camera final can scale federal huge Catholic interview everywhere.
LeReQUeZ :* (2 months ago)
Steins;Gate 0 Fans are coming to watch what that means :DD
Valeera (2 months ago)
i bet this nerd was picked on everyday at school
TheSuomi (2 months ago)
Lucas numbers are better
TomB1324 (2 months ago)
Knock Knock Knock knock Knock knock knock Knock knock knock knock knock - Who's there? • Fibonacci
John Davis (2 months ago)
Shame he doesn't mention about Indian roots. Not fair.
Daniel Radetic (2 months ago)
Fibonacci fans are just fanbonaccis
No One (3 months ago)
"Why do we learn mathematics" Boredom.
Small boys (3 months ago)
How can I get 8 from Fibonacci series using these pattern?
Rico Mäder (3 months ago)
Calculation, Application, Inspiration ... SYN! #FATORSYN!
Munzir Rafik (3 months ago)
this is why atheist is greater than the GOD . they can do more complicated things than this basic nature engineered numbers and galaxies . actually they created GOD
Priyansh Shukla (3 months ago)
my friend called it by right name fibannci sequence actually developed by hemachandra in India he just introduced to Europe
Shubham Singh (3 months ago)
#the man spke in Da video wLl. ,this is nothing, new......., since man is incapable of recognising matter, he tends to beliv that as if"NUMBERS WERE PREEXISTING IDEAS", having some trurh with it. Bt, I chalange ur aproch of thinkin.!☺
MindAtRest (3 months ago)
These numbers are Hemachandra numbers.... Hemachandra from India discovered these numbers and the underlying mathematics much much before Fibonacci...

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