Alan and Marcus Go Forth and Multiply

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"Since I was in school Alan Davies comedian and actor has hated math. And like many people, it is not very good at that either. However, Alan has always had the suspicion that he was missing. Therefore, with the help of the best math professor Marcus du Sautoy (The History of Mathematics and how long is a piece of string?) Alan will embark on an odyssey of mathematics.

Together they visited the fourth dimension, crossing the universe and explore the concept of infinity. Along the way, Alan struggles with some of the toughest questions of mathematics of our time. But its maximum capacity of 25 when he earned his degree C O-Level? In this documentary, Alan try to master more complex mathematical concept that exists."

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