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Arthur "Art" Benjamin is a "mathemagician," a word he describes as a person who "combines their love of math and magic to create something I call mathemagics."  He is a professor at Harvey Mudd University in California for mathematics.  Art started his career of mathemagics in 8th grade when he found a way to square in his head.  After he graduated from college, Art has made performances around the United States and has even published a book, ''The Secrets of Mental Math'' and went on to make the related disc series ''Mathemagics'' This series has 5 great courses videos
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Arthur "Art" Benjamin is a "mathemagician," a word he describes as a person who "combines their love of math and magic to create something I call mathemagics."  He is a professor at Harvey Mudd University in California for mathematics.  Art started his career of mathemagics in 8th grade when he found a way to square in his head.  After he graduated from college, Art has made performances around the United States and has even published a book, ''The Secrets of Mental Math'' and went on to make the related disc series ''Mathemagics''. This series has 5 The Great Courses videos. He has also written the book ''The Magic Of Math''.
  
 
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Arthur "Art" Benjamin is a "mathemagician," a word he describes as a person who "combines their love of math and magic to create something I call mathemagics." He is a professor at Harvey Mudd University in California for mathematics. Art started his career of mathemagics in 8th grade when he found a way to square in his head. After he graduated from college, Art has made performances around the United States and has even published a book, The Secrets of Mental Math and went on to make the related disc series Mathemagics. This series has 5 The Great Courses videos. He has also written the book The Magic Of Math.

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