### 5 Impossible Figures In Real Life!

Do you remember the impossible figures from math class? The ones that seemed to defy the laws of physics and could not be represented in the real world? It turns…

Do you remember the impossible figures from math class? The ones that seemed to defy the laws of physics and could not be represented in the real world? It turns…

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Here is the ambiguous cylinder illusion. In case you were wondering, the object's shape is not what you believe it is.

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Do you know how to create curves with straight lines? Here is a satisfying video illustrating a computer simulation of a doodle conceived.

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Here is a nice puzzle; the bicycle pulling puzzle. Will you ride forward or backward with your bicycle if you pull straight back on the lower pedal?

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The nautilus shell is typically associated with the golden ratio. There is a dispute over whether the golden ratio nautilus is real or myth!

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In this unforgettable scene from "My Left Foot," Christy Brown's siblings are doing maths and trying to find a quarter of a quarter.

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How to slice a bagel into two congruent, linked halves? Is there a mathematically correct breakfast? Yes, there is a magical way to do that.

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The Riemann hypothesis is the most notorious unsolved problem in all of mathematics. The person who solves it will win a $1 million prize.

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Not content with juggling alone, Ravi Fernando decided to juggle while simultaneously solving a Rubik's Cube.

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Inspired by a famous math problem, “Travelling Salesman” is the story of the American government bringing together four mathematicians to prove p=np and the psychological consequences they face as a…

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