Numbers TV series
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  • I have studied math, and I think it is great every time I recognize something
  • Statistics was maybe not my favourite subject, but when it is a TV series it is quite funny to understand what they are talking about and not feeling like one of the FBI agents who don't understand anything
  • Charlie's mentor and colleague Larry reminds me of some of the physicists I know, he is maybe a bit exegarated to be totally believable but that doesn't really matter
  • They don't always hit when they shoot though, makes them more human which I like

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      Numbers is one of many TV series about someone solving crimes. In numbers it is the mathematics professor Charlie Epps who are helping his brother, who works for the FBI. The father of the Epps brothers also helps them, as does Charlie’s more or less eccentric colleague, his fiancé (who also works as a scientist) and his brother’s

      team of FBI agents.

      Charlie is using mathematics to solve crime. I have studied math, and I think it is great every time I recognize something. Statistics was maybe not my favourite subject, but when it is a TV series it is quite funny to understand what they are talking about and not feeling like one of the ...


      • FBI agents who don’t understand anything.

        Charlie’s mentor and colleague Larry reminds me of some of the physicists I know, he is maybe a bit exegarated to be totally believable but that doesn’t really matter. The calculations they do actually take time, unlike the lab work in for example CSI. I wish they would do some programming mistakes

        every now and then, not just get the wrong variables. If something’s wrong with the calculations they nearly always blame it on the wrong variables, not on the programming, and everyone who has done something similar knows that it is very easy to make programming mistakes. They don’t always hit when they shoot though, makes them more human which I like.




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