2 thoughts on “Calculating Pi From Sliding Masses

  1. Tony P.

    Of all the cool things 3Blue1Brown has ever done, this has to be the coolest.

    If you have not seen it, check out this one too. Titled “The Hardest Problem on the Hardest Test”, it’s a demonstration of how to calculate the probability that a random tetrahedron inscribed in a sphere includes the center within itself.


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