# Mathematical Problems

## David Hilbert

### Read by Prachi Pendse

Lecture delivered before the International Congress of Mathematicians at Paris in 1900 and subsequently published in the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society Vol. 8 (1902), 479-481. (2 hr 22 min)

## Chapters

Introduction | 28:18 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 1 | 4:33 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 2 | 6:47 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 3 | 1:58 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 4 | 5:53 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 5 | 7:51 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 6 | 5:17 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 7 | 3:13 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 8 | 4:04 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problems 9-11 | 2:36 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 12 | 8:02 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 13 | 4:18 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 14 | 7:38 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problems 15-16 | 4:42 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 17 | 1:58 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 18 | 8:17 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 19 | 4:47 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 20 | 2:23 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 21 | 2:14 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 22 | 3:21 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

Problem 23 | 24:42 | Read by Prachi Pendse |

## Reviews

### math is Rayscyst

#### Bill Cosby

Mathematics is founded upon a Eurocentric colonial world view that marginalizes BIPOCs. We need to acknowledge our privelege and systemic bias to reformulate math in term of interpritive modern dance. Once we do this we will realize the only problem is white male phalogocentricism.