POSTPONED: One, Two, Many: Why is 3 So Much Bigger Than 2?

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This event has been postponed due to coronavirus concerns.

There are lots of places in maths where changing a 2 to a 3 takes a problem from easy or at least understandable to very difficult or even impossible. This talk will explain a few examples of this phenomenon, then speculate wildly about what is going on.

Ben Barber counts the things that don't need to be counted. He likes maths and anything on a stage, preferably at the same time.