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*e^π > π^e*, a proof that

*e^(b*i) = cos(b) + i*sin(b)*, a proof that

*√2*is irrational, but honestly, none of those are cool enough.

Please show me a cool proof that an ordinary audience could understand.

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Please show me a cool proof that an ordinary audience could understand.

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Maybe a proof of Euclid's theorem of the infinitude of primes, or a proof of Euler's identity..?

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hmmmm .... the only problem with the Monty Hall Problem is that the setup is hard to explain. You have to explain to rules of the game 4 or 5 times before the audience understands how it works.

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hmmmm .... the only problem with the Monty Hall Problem is that the setup is hard to explain. You have to explain to rules of the game 4 or 5 times before the audience understands how it works.

What kind of audience are you speaking to?

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that is really pretty cool

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describe 4 dimensional spheres?

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describe 4 dimensional spheres?

no u

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is there someway to solve this algorithmically? without just seeing that it's 2 and 4?

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Scroll to the last post: https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=460031

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> Implying that talent and originality are the same thing.

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Proof

Code:

```
p
_______________
(x-a)/ p(x)
p(x) - p(a)
__________
p(a)
```

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