Mathus Academy partnered with Julia Robinson Math Festival (JRMF) to conduct its first MathFest (Mathematics Festival) on October 28 at Cumming Elementary School. The event was attended by more than 250 children (and about an equal number of parents) from all over the Atlanta metro area. The event was completely free of cost to the parents and...Read More

Hope you enjoyed the previous five videos in the Discover the Beauty of Math series. This is the final and an even more motivating Math story. After all, who doesn’t like a cool remuneration of $1 million for solving a Math problem? For those of you who haven’t read the previous 5 posts or watched...Read More

In this fifth lecture in the Discover the Beauty of Math series, you and your children will unearth a great mystery of Math. Its seeds were laid about 2000 years back. The challenge was thrown about 350 years back in an intriguing manner – on the margin of an obscure book. It challenged the greatest mathematicians since...Read More

In this fourth lecture in the Discover the Beauty of Math series, learn the colorful stories behind the apparently complex topics of Algebra, Calculus and Probability and the Big Picture concept behind them. Enjoy the Beauty behind Math!Read More

Hope you enjoyed The Language of Nature and The Platonic Solids lecture videos in the highly sought after Summer Program Series Discover the Beauty of Math. Here is the third in the series: The Story of Pi, a historical account of one of most interesting constants in Mathematics, π. It starts with a beautiful story of how...Read More

Hope you enjoyed the first video in the Discover the Beauty of Math series and learned how Nature expresses its through Math and the inherent beauty of the pattern-filled world. Here is the second video in the series on Platonic Solids and the beautiful Solid Geometry of the world around us. After watching the video and...Read More

During the summer of 2014, I had the pleasure of presenting a series of six lectures titled Discovering the Beauty of Math to a select group of middle and high school students in Atlanta. The goal of this series was not teaching children techniques of math or problem solving, but to present them with the inherent...Read More