Paradoxes in Mathematics

Overview of some of the paradoxes in Mathematics divided by Probability, Statistics, Infinity and Geometry. (The Math bubble in the map refers to paradoxes that don't fit in the categories)

This Wikibrains interactive map mentions: Statistics, Probability, Infinity and infinitesimals, Geometry and topology, Abelson's paradox, Accuracy paradox, Benford's law, Berkson's paradox, Freedman's paradox, Friendship paradox, Inspection paradox, Lindley's paradox, Low birth weight paradox, Simpson's paradox, Will Rogers phenomenon, Bertrand's box paradox, Bertrand's paradox, Birthday paradox, Borel's paradox, Boy or Girl paradox, False positive paradox, Grice's paradox, Monty Hall problem, Necktie paradox, Proebsting's paradox, Sleeping Beauty problem, Three cards problem, Three Prisoners problem, Two-envelope paradox, Burali-Forti paradox, Cantor's paradox, Galileo's paradox, Hilbert's paradox of the Grand Hotel, Skolem's paradox, supertasks, thomson's lamp, Benardete's paradox, Ross–Littlewood paradox, Banach–Tarski paradox, Coastline paradox, Gabriel's Horn, Hausdorff paradox, Missing square puzzle, Nikodym set, Smale's paradox, zeno's paradoxes, math, All horses are the same color, Cramer's paradox, Elevator paradox, Interesting number paradox, Nontransitive dice, Potato paradox, Russell's paradox,

Created at: 2014-05-01 10:10:14 UTC

Updated at: 2014-05-01 10:10:14 UTC

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