Hannah Fry: Can Math Help You Fall in Love? Mathematician Hannah Fry says math can help you find love. Using mathematical models, she explains how to find an ideal mate and the secret to maintaining a healthy relationship.
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Can Math Help You Fall in Love?

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Can Math Help You Fall in Love?

Can Math Help You Fall in Love?

Can Math Help You Fall in Love?

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Part 7 of the TED Radio Hour episode Solve For X

About Hannah Fry's TED Talk

Mathematician Hannah Fry says math can help you find love. Using mathematical models, she explains how to find an ideal mate and the secret to maintaining a healthy relationship.

About Hannah Fry

Hannah Fry is a lecturer at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London. Her current research focuses on discovering new connections between math and human interaction on a large scale. She's the author of the TED book The Mathematics of Love.