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As a follow-up to one of the first videos that I produced for **The Language of Mathematics**, the **2007 teaser video regarding Zero and Infinity**, below you will find three additional videos discussing the concept of infinity in more detail. The original teaser video is also embedded.

#### My Two Infinities, Part 1: Until the End of Time and the Universe Explodes (Language of Math #154)

#### My Two Infinities, Part 2: Limits and Asymptotes, Visualizing Infinity on a Graph (Language of Math #155)

#### My Two Infinities, Part 3: Going Halfway, Travelling from A to B until Reaching the Planck Length (Language of Math #156)

#### The Language of Mathematics (5): Zero and Infinity

Winter is nearly at an end, spring is in the air, and it’s almost time to do some math. I’ve been gearing up to start producing another full season of math videos for **The Language of Mathematics** and **Math in Real Life**. There is a lot planned for 2014 so it should be a nice full year of some math goodness.

Once the weather warms up and the consecutive days of rain cease, we’ll be heading out with the camcorder and the tripod to find some nice walls where we can continue working on**Series IV** as well as producing some videos on a few random and not-so-random topics. A lot more on that later. For now, I’d like to share a little blast from the past.

A few weeks ago, while a friend was surfing Street View of Vancouver on Google Maps she came across one of my favorite walls in the city, and it so happens to have captured one of my handiworks from the math videos.

The site has some sentimental value for me. It’s the first wall I used when I began this project back in 2007, and shows the location of the first math video I loaded on**YouTube**. For those that have been around long enough, if you recall, it was the wall that I used to create the videos where we discussed the Real Number Set *(***Part 1** and **Part 2**) in **Series I**.

The image that my friend found shows my handiwork from**Series IVa** on the wall. It’s from the video where we discussed systems, SI units, and where we created a conversion table for colored squares and triangles. You’ll find the video we created below, and if you are so inclined, you can use Google’s Street View to check out the area further if you want to have a feel for why this wall is the only location that I have come back to for every series since starting this project - a wall that we will most likely visit for many years to come.

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**2011: ****Series IV** - Systems, SI Units, and a Conversion Table for Colored Squares and Triangles (Math Series IVa #146)

As for the rest of the videos that were produced in this area, you will find them below. For multi-part sets, the links are provided below the videos that have been embedded. I hope you enjoy watching them as much as I enjoyed creating them. Peace.

**2007: ****Series I** - The Language of Mathematics (3): The Real Number Set - Part 1
**Part 2: The Language of Mathematics (4) **

**2008: ****Series II** - Language of Mathematics II (42): Exponents and Radicals (1 of 3)
**Part 2** and **Part 3**. I also put together a set of these videos linking the concept of exponents and radicals with the real number set: **Part 1** and **Part 2**

**2009: ****Series IIIa** - Language of Mathematics III (63): Black holes and elementary particles (Part 2)
**Part 1: The Language of Mathematics III (62) **

**2010: ****Series IIIb** - Why Do We Factor? Introduction to Factoring Polynomials: The Language of Mathematics IIIb (105)

Once the weather warms up and the consecutive days of rain cease, we’ll be heading out with the camcorder and the tripod to find some nice walls where we can continue working on

A few weeks ago, while a friend was surfing Street View of Vancouver on Google Maps she came across one of my favorite walls in the city, and it so happens to have captured one of my handiworks from the math videos.

The site has some sentimental value for me. It’s the first wall I used when I began this project back in 2007, and shows the location of the first math video I loaded on

The image that my friend found shows my handiwork from

View Larger Map

As for the rest of the videos that were produced in this area, you will find them below. For multi-part sets, the links are provided below the videos that have been embedded. I hope you enjoy watching them as much as I enjoyed creating them. Peace.

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