New Screenshot pdf for Differential Geometry A
This high quality transcription of lectures 116 of Norman's acclaimed YouTube lecture series on Differential Geometry is now available. Made with lots of colour, you'll get all the diagrams and formulas from the course; everything you need to be able to follow along with the lectures or review them conveniently.
With 77 pages, this single pdf covers fully the first half of the course. Topics include Classical and parametric curves, Lagrange's algebraic approach to curves and surfaces, curves over finite fields, visualization using Geogebra, duality and projective geometry, a novel approach to curvature both for curves and surfaces, and winding and turning numbers.
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New Online Courses in Preparation
We are putting together new Online courses, also at Open Learning. One will be on Geometric Linear Algebra (following the Wild Lin Alg video series), and the other on Universal Hyperbolic Geometry (following the Univ Hyp Geom video series). Hopefully both of these will be in beta form by the beginning of 2020. Please join our Patreon community at www.patreon.com/njwildberger to be able access those courses when they are ready.
We are putting together new Online courses, also at Open Learning. One will be on Geometric Linear Algebra (following the Wild Lin Alg video series), and the other on Universal Hyperbolic Geometry (following the Univ Hyp Geom video series). Hopefully both of these will be in beta form by the beginning of 2020. Please join our Patreon community at www.patreon.com/njwildberger to be able access those courses when they are ready.
Algebraic Calculus One
The Algebraic Calculus One course on Open Learning is continuing through 2019, and we are approaching then end of this first run! This is a beta running of a transformative approach to calculus: no "real numbers", no "infinite sets", no "infinite processes run to completion". This is mathematics done logically, clearly and correctly, using high school algebra, clear definitions, and lots of concrete computations and explicit examples. This first course will be focusing on the integral calculus, in the geometrical framework of affine geometry, and based on a prior clear elucidation of discrete calculus notions. However tangential analysis and aspects of the differential calculus will also play a role. This first running is for i) Patrons of my channel (you can become a patron at www.patreon.com/njwildberger ) or ii) mathematics educators teaching at colleges or universities (send Norman an email at n.wildberger@unsw.edu.au to request entry to the course). For others, please be patient: the course will hopefully be rolled out to the general public in 2020. In any case, many of the videos will be on YouTube at the Wild Egg mathematics courses channel. 

Old Babylonian Mathematics and Plimpton 322
Daniel Mansfield and N J Wildberger's paper which gives a new interpretation to Plimpton 322 has appeared Aug 2017 in Historia Mathematica online via Science Direct to huge international interest, including the New York Times, Science Magazine, The Guardian, The Times India, Le Monde, Newsweek and hundreds of other papers and journals around the world. Plimpton 322 is a famous Old Babylonian (OB) clay tablet from the time of Hammurabi around 1800 B.C.E. containing 15 rows of Pythagorean triples, such as (119, 120, 169). In our paper, entitled Plimpton 322 is Babylonian exact sexagesimal trigonometry, we give a dramatic new interpretation of what this tablet was originally intended to be. This repositions not only the history of trigonometry but also the role of OB mathematics. And it reveals rational trigonometry to have deep roots in antiquity. You can learn more about our work in the YouTube series Old Babylonian Mathematics, the first video of which is here. 
The Wild Egg Team
Wild Egg Pty Ltd (ABN 25107619787) is a small Australian company aimed at mathematics education across a wide spectrum. It is particularly focused on Rational Trigonometry, how to promote a more computational and logically solid foundation for undergraduate mathematics, and supports N J Wildberger's YouTube channel Insights into Mathematics. It is based in Sydney and directed by A/Prof N J Wildberger, a pure mathematician, with assistance from Krista Ruffolo, an engineer turned mathematics educator, and Dr Anna Tomskova who also researches in noncommutative analysis.
Wild Egg has published the decent selling and highly original book: Divine Proportions: Rational Trigonometry to Universal Geometry. This book outlines a new approach to the education and use of trigonometry. Wild Egg also provides a comprehensive selection of screenshot pdfs that cover many of Norman's YouTube Playlists: including MathFoundations, WildLinAlg, UnivHypGeom, AlgTop, DiffGeom and more. It will soon offer coordinated audio podcasts to make it easier to access and learn from Wildberger's hundreds of lectures.
Our approach to mathematics is rigorous, conceptual and computationally focused, and elevates mathematical precision and understanding to new levels. We believe that mathematics should be grounded on a firm bedrock of explicit examples and concrete computations, and that students learn best when each step is careful, clear and concise.
In addition, Wild Egg is excited to be developing the world's first Algebraic Calculus One course, which is hosted online at OpenLearning and is sure to be a fascinating and powerful addition to undergraduate mathematics education! The course is currently ongoing, with over 250 participants, hundreds of interesting problems and questions, and lots of discussion and comments. You can join us by becoming a Patron of Norman's YouTube channel at patreon.com.
We want to redirect mathematics education and research, making it closer to computational reality. There is much to learn, and do!
Wild Egg has published the decent selling and highly original book: Divine Proportions: Rational Trigonometry to Universal Geometry. This book outlines a new approach to the education and use of trigonometry. Wild Egg also provides a comprehensive selection of screenshot pdfs that cover many of Norman's YouTube Playlists: including MathFoundations, WildLinAlg, UnivHypGeom, AlgTop, DiffGeom and more. It will soon offer coordinated audio podcasts to make it easier to access and learn from Wildberger's hundreds of lectures.
Our approach to mathematics is rigorous, conceptual and computationally focused, and elevates mathematical precision and understanding to new levels. We believe that mathematics should be grounded on a firm bedrock of explicit examples and concrete computations, and that students learn best when each step is careful, clear and concise.
In addition, Wild Egg is excited to be developing the world's first Algebraic Calculus One course, which is hosted online at OpenLearning and is sure to be a fascinating and powerful addition to undergraduate mathematics education! The course is currently ongoing, with over 250 participants, hundreds of interesting problems and questions, and lots of discussion and comments. You can join us by becoming a Patron of Norman's YouTube channel at patreon.com.
We want to redirect mathematics education and research, making it closer to computational reality. There is much to learn, and do!
Prof Norman Wildberger (Director)
N J Wildberger is a leading pure mathematics researcher and probably one of the world's most innovative and wellknown mathematical educators. With a BSc (University of Toronto 1979) and PhD (Yale University 1984), he has taught at Stanford University, the University of Toronto, and is currently in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at UNSW Sydney in Australia. He has an influential YouTube channel, several MOOCs, has helped make PD courses for teachers, and has contributed to the direction of the new senior mathematics curriculum in Australia. He is particularly interested in online education as well as the foundational basis of mathematics. Research / Teaching / MOOCs / YouTube / PD courses 
Dr Anna Tomskova (Academic Development)
Anna is originally from Tashkent, Uzbekistan. She received a PhD from the University of New South Wales, where she also developed a strong interest in teaching and online education. Her research interests are in the direction of noncommutative analysis. She is a young mother and shares her free time working on the Algebraic Calculus course. 
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Here you can get Wildberger's best selling book on Rational Trigonometry, available here in either physical or digital form, and a wide range of screenshot pdfs for video playlists from his YouTube channel. More will be added over the next month or two. We will also soon be offering audio podcasts of video lectures!
Here you can get Wildberger's best selling book on Rational Trigonometry, available here in either physical or digital form, and a wide range of screenshot pdfs for video playlists from his YouTube channel. More will be added over the next month or two. We will also soon be offering audio podcasts of video lectures!
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WildEgg uses Weebly eCommerce to process our ordering via PayPal. Shipment of books is by either Canada Post or Australia Post. For overseas or international orders we send books via airmail. Our screenshot pdfs may be downloaded from a link obtained after payment.