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The Math Guy: Pyramids and Oranges

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The Math Guy: Pyramids and Oranges

The Math Guy: Pyramids and Oranges

The Math Guy: Pyramids and Oranges

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Mathematicians have recently admitted that a computer-generated proof has solved a long-standing question: what is the most efficient way to stack oranges? The answer is a pyramid. Weekend Edition Math Guy Keith Devlin joins host Linda Wertheimer to discuss the aftershocks in the math world.