The Beauty of Numbers
“The simplicity of some mathematical proofs is quite beautiful. It’s almost a means of knowing whether your work is sound – if the proof isn’t beautiful, then something is wrong,” says Hikami. “But it’s easy to get consumed by an equation’s charm and place too much emphasis on what mathematics can really do.”
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