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The Magic of the Fibonacci Numbers & why we love computing them - part 1

The Magic of the Fibonacci Numbers & why we love computing them - part 1

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The Magic of the Fibonacci Numbers & why we love computing them - part 2

The Magic of the Fibonacci Numbers & why we love computing them - part 2

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The Magic of the Fibonacci Numbers & why we love computing them - part 3

The Magic of the Fibonacci Numbers & why we love computing them - part 3

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Prime Numbers: Fast and Slow - part 1

Prime Numbers: Fast and Slow - part 1

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Prime Numbers: Fast and Slow - part 2

Prime Numbers: Fast and Slow - part 2

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Prime numbers: Fast and Slow - part 3

Prime numbers: Fast and Slow - part 3

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Why is Graph Theory so amazing? - part 1
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Why is Graph Theory so amazing? - part 1

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Why is Graph Theory so amazing? - part 2, depth first search & topological sorting
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Why is Graph Theory so amazing? - part 2, depth first search & topological sorting

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Why is Graph Theory so amazing? - part 3 - BFS, bipartite graphs
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Why is Graph Theory so amazing? - part 3 - BFS, bipartite graphs

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Why is Graph Theory so amazing? - part 4, working with weights & Dijkstra
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Why is Graph Theory so amazing? - part 4, working with weights & Dijkstra

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Exploring backtracking
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Exploring backtracking

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Using divide and conquer: closest pair of points
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Using divide and conquer: closest pair of points

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A look into Dynamic Programming - Matrix Chain Multiplication
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A look into Dynamic Programming - Matrix Chain Multiplication

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