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30
Nov

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Math Story #5 – Heron’s Method

At the time when Rome ignites in the throes of the Empire of Nero (64 AD), in Alexandria, on the coasts of Egypt Latinized by the Roman conquests, a scholar named Heron stands out as one of the greatest mathematicians and scientists of his time.

04
Jun

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Math Story #2 – Pythagoras, the Original Demo

Pythagoras … this name recalls college memories: a Greek scientist and his theorem … lost in the mysteries of school programs, emptied of their true interest. Today, Thomas Renault does justice to one of the greatest Greek philosophers, whose philosophy has been overlooked! All in 6 min!

14
May

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Podcast with Fabrice Jaumont

On the occasion of our first podcast, we spoke with Fabrice Jaumont, one of the five eminent members of the Advisory Board @ OFALycée. Author, researcher, philanthropist, lecturer, Education Attaché at the French Embassy, ​​Fabrice Jaumont is one of the apostles of the “Bilingual Revolution” in the United States and around the world. It is thanks to him that we can still dream of a world where bilingualism would bring peace and civilization.

14
May

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Math Story #1 – The Paradox of Zeno

A race between Achilles, the famous Greek warrior and a turtle … The competition seems improbable, the result, certain. And yet “in reality”, it is not the fastest who wins. Praise the turtle and make way for the paradox of Zeno!

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