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them, there were certain men who decided to try to find the answers to everything that did not make sense. These men were known as philosophers, or people who devoted their lives to studying everything around them. One famous philosopher was a mathematician named Pythagoras. This philosopher was mainly known for his equation for triangles, also known as the Pythagorean Theorem, although he was known for other mathematical and religious contributions as well. 1. Birth & Family Information Around…

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David Hilbert was a German mathematician whose research and study of geometry, physics, and algebra revolutionized mathematics and went on to introduce the mathematic and scientific community with a series of mathematical equations that have yet to be solved. Furthermore, his study of mathematics laid the groundwork for a variety of ongoing mathematic analyses, which continue to influence the world today. David Hilbert was born in Konigsberg, Prussia on January 23, 1862 and went on to pursue…

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Math is often referred to as “the science of rigorous proof,” which means that in order to find out if something is certain, you have to check for any problems that can occur in proving a theory. However, proofs alone are not enough to make sure that a concept is true. In order to consider if a mathematical statement is true or not, we can use the formal system, developed by Euclid. This model of reasoning includes three key elements: axioms, deductive reasoning, and theorems. To reason formally…

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a career in mathematics, their research was sometimes viewed as questionable. I will defend the fact that, "Women have the same capabilities of achieving in mathematics than men do." However, you probably have heard of more male mathematicians than female mathematicians because historically, the male is labeled to be smarter in the subject of mathematics. In many cases this is not true. Women were viewed upon as equal in mathematical ability when they began making amazing discoveries in mathematics…

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used it to find the volume of a sphere.[2] In AD 499 the Indian mathematician Aryabhata used the notion of infinitesimals and expressed an astronomical problem in the form of a basic differential equation.[4] This equation eventually led Bhāskara II in the 12th century to develop an early derivative representing infinitesimal change, and he described an early form of "Rolle's theorem".[5] Around AD 1000, the Islamic mathematician Ibn al-Haytham (Alhazen) was the first to derive the formula for…

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given in the text I read were well above my comprehension level, but I do highlight some of these without going into much detail. There were several attempts at proving these theories for nearly a century. However, it was not until 1976 when two mathematicians at the University of Illinois, proved that using four colors when coloring in a map would suffice. This is where the story begins. Have you ever looked at a map and wondered why it is colored or why if the number of colors were significant…

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ability, you would think that the field is equally occupied by both genders. Many people have thought about a seemingly simply asked question and have failed to come up with a practical answer why it is so. The question, "How come you know more male mathematicians than female?" is one that I, previously uninformed on this subject plan to supply data that may help to lead to one clearly defined answer. One reason why women are out numbered is that the females were shunned from society throughout history…

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Grace Chisholm Young from England at the turn of the century, to Mary Fairfax Somerville from the Imperialist English, and Maria Gaetana Agnesi from Modern Enlightenment in Italy have all contributed in major ways to the growth of mathematics. A mathematician is not defined by a persons gender, but what they have to offer the our world of discovery in the past, present and future. Hypatia is known as one of the earliest mothers of mathematics. She lived from 370 to 415 B.C. in Alexandria, Greece.…

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was not developed in Europe. Algebra was actually discovered (or developed) in the Arab countries along side geometry. Many mathematicians worked and developed the system of math to be known as the algebra of today. European countries did not obtain information on algebra until relatively later years of the 12th century. After algebra was discovered in Europe, mathematicians put the information to use in very remarkable ways. Also, algebraic and geometric ways of thinking were considered to be two…

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parents are mathematicians, Conway Berners-Lee and Mary Lee Woods. He is best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web but he has also been the first person to successfully implement communication between a host server and a Hypertext Transfer Protocol client through the internet sometime in November of 1989. He was working at CERN (a large particle physics laboratory near Geneva Switzerland) as a software engineer. Early Life and Career Berners-Lee is the son of mathematicians, Mary Lee…

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for the area of triangles and slopes of pyramid and an octagon. The third page contains 24 problems that include multiplication of algebraic fractions among others. There are many African American mathematicians in the world who have studied and gotten degrees in the study of African math. One mathematician who has made many accomplishments would have to be Dudley Weldon Woodard. Woodard was born on October 3, 1881. Woodard had a pre-doctoral degree and a doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania…

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Mathematicians have always formed a very important role in history. From the Greeks to the modern era, mathematicians have made spectacular discoveries and critical contributions to the world of mathematics. Because of great mathematicians, the human race is exploring and discovering unknown boundaries of space and technology. The life of Carl Friedrich Gauss was full of phenomenal adventures and discoveries. He was born in Brunswick, Germany on April 30th, 1777 to poor working class parents…

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Pierre de Fermat Pierre de Fermat was born in the year 1601 in Beaumont-de-Lomages, France. Mr. Fermat's education began in 1631. He was home schooled. Mr. Fermat was a single man through his life. Pierre de Fermat, like many mathematicians of the early 17th century, found solutions to the four major problems that created a form of math called calculus. Before Sir Isaac Newton was even born, Fermat found a method for finding the tangent to a curve. He tried different ways in math to improve the…

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large networks of computers and terminals. (2) Francois Viete was born in 1540 in Fontenay-le-Comte in France, and died on December 13th, 1603 in Paris. He was a French mathematician who introduced the first systematic algebraic notation and contributed to the theory of equations. Although he was best known as a mathematician, he was also one of the best cipher experts ever. By the end of the sixteenth century, the Spanish empire ruled over a large portion of the world and because of this, the…

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EUCLID: The Man Who Created a Math Class Euclid of Alexandria was born in about 325 BC. He is the most prominent mathematician of antiquity best known for his dissertation on mathematics. He was able to create “The Elements” which included the composition of many other famous mathematicians together. He began exploring math because he felt that he needed to compile certain things and fix certain postulates and theorems. His book included, many of Eudoxus’ theorems, he perfected many of Theaetetus's…

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Game Theory Picture if you will a group of people making decisions. The decisions that are made do not have to be significant at all. They have to be just significant to the situation at hand. This concept is considered to mathematicians as Game Theory. Game Theory is broken down into tree different types of games. As stated by Thomas S. Ferguson of UCLA “There are three main mathematical models or forms used in the study of games, the extensive form, the strategic form and the coalitional form”…

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world today. Many mathematicians, astronomers, and scientists contributed to the development of many of the luxuries we enjoy today. Homer, author of The Iliad and The Odyssey, made contributions to the field of literature through his writing. In the field of ethics, many philosophers from the Classical World contributed to the standards, values, and principles of our society today. Some of the major contributions from the Classical World is in the field of science. Mathematicians, astronomers, and…

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formulas that you learn as a young math student. It is simply taught as, . There is no explanation as to why the area of a circle is this arbitrary formula. As it turns out the area of a circle is not an easy task to figure out by your self. Early mathematicians knew that area was, in general to four sided polygons, length times width. But a circle was different, it could not be simply divided into length and width for it had no sides. As it turns out, finding the measurement to be squared was not difficult…

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M. Hamilton Honors Math II 2nd period Honors Paper on Alex Grothendiek As stated in the book, “A Strange Wilderness” Alex Grothendieck was born on March 28, 1928 in Berlin, Germany. He was one of the famous mathematicians born in the 20th century. Alex began to love mathematics in 1942, when he attended a secondary school in Chambon, France. When World War II ended, he went to University of Montpellier, wanting to continue his fascination with math and become a mathematics teacher. He received…

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Leonardo Fibonacci Leonardo Fibonacci was one of the great mathematicians of his time. His lifestyle allowed him to travel and study math in various countries, and he ended up combining his cultural knowledge to discover the most effective ways of doing mathematics. He is most famous for his contributions to the European number system and for his sequence of numbers known as the Fibonacci numbers. Starting with 0 and 1 as the first two numbers, each number in the sequence is…

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Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) Introduction: Carl Friedrich Gauss is considered one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. He is a creator in the logical-mathematical domain as he contributed many ideas to the fields of mathematics, astronomy, and physics. Being a math education major, I have come into contact with Gauss’ work quite a few times. He contributed greatly to the different areas of mathematics like linear algebra, calculus, and number theory. Creativity can be seen…

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Mathematicians not only play an important role in society today, but all the brilliant math minds from the past helped shape every mathematical theory we know, study, and learn today. Math is used every single day, in every continent, every country, every state, and every city. It is the way we solve everyday problems. It is the way we calculate the distance from sun to earth, the way we determine amount of miles one drives from their home to work, the way we estimate our grocery bill before approaching…

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Classical Greek mathematicians (such as Euclid and Archimedes) studied the properties of chordsand inscribed angles in circles, and proved theorems that are equivalent to modern trigonometric formulae, although they presented them geometrically rather than algebraically. Claudius Ptolemyexpanded upon Hipparchus' Chords in a Circle in his Almagest.[7] The modern sine function was first defined in the Surya Siddhanta, and its properties were further documented by the 5th centuryIndian mathematician and astronomer…

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are made with supercomputers, there has to be a mathematical theory which instructs the computer what is to be done, so allowing it to apply its capacity for speed and accuracy. • The development of computers was initiated in this country by mathematicians and logicians, who continue to make important contributions to the theory of computer science. • The next generation of software requires the latest methods from what is called category theory, a theory of mathematical structures which has given…

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is that they had names for every number up to one billion. The Vedic texts also show that they managed to calculate irrational numbers, such as√3, very accurately (Whitfield, Traditions 42). Another accomplishment of theirs is that an Indian mathematician invented the zero very early on, but he remains unknown to us. In the early Indian classical age, they created something else: a decimal place-value system. This assigned ten symbols to the numbers zero through nine. Any number could be made with…

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Rene Descartes: An Author Study Rene Descartes was a 17th Century mathematician and French Philosopher whose life's work focused on providing a new prospective on the human perception of reality. The definition of this reality is seen as Descartes greatest life goal. Coined as the "Father of Modern Philosophy," (Cunningham & Reich, 2010, p. 385), Descartes laid the groundwork the philosophy and reality as we perceive it today. Descartes autobiography, Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting…

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John Charles Fields John Charles Fields is perhaps one of the most famous Canadian Mathematicians of all time. He was born on May 14, 1863 in Hamilton Ontario, and died August 9, 1932 in Toronto, Ontario (Young, 1998). He graduated from the University of Toronto at the age of 21 with a B.A in Mathematics and went on to get his Ph.D. at John Hopkins University in 1887. Fields was very interested to study at John Hopkins University because apparently it was the only university in North America which…

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William Jones is a famous mathematician the created, and was the first to use, pi. William was born on a farm in Anglesey, then later moved to Llanbabo on Anglesey, then moved again after the death of William's father. He attended a charity school at Llanfechell. There his mathematical talents were spotted by the local landowner who arranged for him to be given a job in London. His job was in a merchant’s counting house. This job had Jones serving at sea on a voyage to the West Indies. He taught…

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son of the astronomer Phidias and was close to King Hieron and his son, for whom he served for many years. There is not much known about his life, but he has been regarded as one of the three greatest mathematicians along with Isaac Newton and Carl Gauss. in addition to being a great mathematician, he was also considered a leading scientist of ancient times, a physicist, an engineer, an inventor, and an astronomer. He had many discoveries that contributed greatly to the mathematical community as…

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means in a week approximately 700 thousand offspring a produced. The copious they get the more compact they become hence the more difficult it will be for the person to breath,’ said the mathematician. ‘Is there no name for this outrageous organism,’ asked Doctor Anthony Boucher. ‘Not yet,’ replied the mathematician. ‘In my observations the problem is with the lungs, maybe one of the blood vessels inside the lungs are damaged which results in the lung’s malfunction.’ proposed the bio-Eng. In a doubtful…

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reproduce the 17 plane symmetry groups as described by Polya (M. C. Escher: Artist or Mathematician?, 1997). He began to include these geometric entities in his artworks, openly admitting that he failed to comprehend the abstract concepts associated with the shapes. He once said, “Although I am absolute innocent of training or knowledge in the exact sciences, I often seen to have more in common with mathematicians than my fellow artist” (Totally Tessellated: Escher Biography & Timeline, 1998).…

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Christian Klein was born on April 25, 1849 (O’Conner and Robertson). Felix Klein was born in Düsseldorf, Prussia, which is now present day Germany. Also, known as Felix Klein, he was a mathematician known for his research in non-Euclidean geometry, group theory, and function theory (Felix Klein German Mathematician). Felix Klein’s father was part of the Prussian government. His father was secretary to the head of the government. After Felix Klein graduated from the gymnasium in Düsseldorf, he went…

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Women Mathematicians: Why So Few? The great field of mathematics stretches back in history some 8 millennia to the age of primitive man, who learned to count to ten on his fingers. This led to the development of the decimal scale, the numeric scale of base ten (Hooper 4). Mathematics has grown greatly since those primitive times, in the present day there are literally thousands of laws, theorems, and equations which govern the use of ten simple symbols representing the ten base numbers. The…

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I. Greek Mathematicians Thales of Miletus Birthdate: 624 B.C. Died: 547-546 B. C. Nationality: Greek Title: Regarded as “Father of Science” Contributions: * He is credited with the first use of deductive reasoning applied to geometry. * Discovery that a circle is bisected by its diameter, that the base angles of an isosceles triangle are equal and that vertical angles are equal. * Accredited with foundation of the Ionian school of Mathematics that was a centre of learning and research…

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learn about the stars, but one should always start from somewhere when learning. One person’s research that is always going to be remembered is that of Johannes Kepler. He is not only the founder of contemporary astronomy but also an amazing mathematician. He was the first person to enlighten us on the theory of planetary motion. His three laws on planetary motion were a basis on Isaac Newton’s theory of universal gravitation. One of his books was the foundation of integral calculus and he advanced…

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Evelyn Boyd Granville was one of the first African Americans to be a Mathematician. She was well educated by schools that helped her become a teacher (Professor) and has a background of her family whom also helped. Evelyn was born on May 1, 1924 in Washington, DC. Her father, William Boyd, had many jobs to help support her family. Her mother, Julia Boyd, was a secretary and also support her family. When she was just five years old, she and her family lived through the Great Depression which caused…

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straightedge and a geometrical compass. Not until the 19th century, however, was it shown that the three problems mentioned above could never have been solved using those instruments alone. In the latter part of the 5th century BC, an unknown mathematician discovered that no unit of length would measure both the side and diagonal of a square. That is, the two lengths are incommensurable. This means that no counting numbers n and m exist whose ratio expresses the relationship of the side to the diagonal…

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time zero was used in English language was in 1598. One of the many debates by mathematicians, even in our perspectives classroom is if zero was invented or discovered. “Zero’s path through time and thought has been as full of intrigue, disguise and mistaken identity as were the career of the traveller who first brought it to the west” (Kaplan, The Nothing That Is: A Natural History of Zero). Other debates by mathematicians are if zero is a placeholder or if it is a real number. The way our world functions…

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Euler was a pioneering Swiss Mathematician and Physicist (someone who practices medicine). He made important diverse and simple discoveries in the mathematical field. He also introduced much of the modern mathematical terminology. Although, Leonhard is mostly known for his work and accomplishments in Calculus, he loved to write, and many of his works have been published. Born April 15, 1707 in Basel, Switzerland to Paul Euler, the pastor of the Reformed Church, and Marguerite Brucker, who happened…

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Eudoxus was a notable mathematician and astronomer of ancient times, particularly 408 – 355 BC. He lived in Greece and studied under Plato, one of the most notable philosophers ever. In Calculus, Eudoxus is known for advancing Antiphon’s ideas on the method of exhaustion. The method of exhaustion is very important to calculus because one of the fundamental themes of calculus is sending variables (or whatever it happens to be) to infinity, which is a branch of the method of exhaustion. This is known…

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Fermat’s Last Theorem The year is 1637. Pierre de Fermat sits in his library, huddled over a copy of Arithmetica written by the Greek mathematician Diaphantus in the third century A. D. Turning the page, Fermat comes across the Pythagorean equation: x 2 + y 2 = z 2. He leans back in his chair to think and wonders if this property is limited to the power of two only. He bends over the book again, scanning ahead through the pages to look for any clues. Suddenly, he begins writing intensely…

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Niels Abel and some of his work Many innovational mathematicians come and go, but only a few remembered for their great accomplishments. Niels Henrik Abel is one of the greatest mathematicians that have influenced modern mathematics, solving and creating theorems, like the Abelian-Ruffini theorem and Abel's theorem, and formulas/equations, like the abel equation, Abel’s inequality. He started discovering and creating these at a young age. Niels Abel was born in Norway, in a neighborhood parish…

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was also a very important time of development for mathematics. One of the mathematicians who had the greatest influence during this time was Gabriel Cramer, best known for his treatise on algebraic curves, published in 1750. Some of the others include Count Fagnano and .Antoine Parent. Ultimately, all three of these mathematicians somewhat revolutionized math during this time period. Gabriel Cramer was a Swiss mathematician born in Geneva in 1704. His father was Jean Isaac Cramer, who was a medical…

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The Important Role of Mathematicians in Society Thesis Statement This report will focus on the professional field of mathematicians. It will highlight some of the history, responsibilities, opportunities, and requirements of this occupation. Outline I. Introduction A. A condensed history of mathematics B. Famous mathematicians and their accomplishments II. Body A. Opportunities for mathematicians B. Education and training C. Requirements D. Earnings III. Conclusion…

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many students, even if their names are not recorded, they carried on tradition. Euclid’s reputation rests on his greatest work. Euclid’s work is extant in Greek. Euclid left as his legacy the standard textbook in Geometry. Euclid was a Greek mathematician three centuries before Christ. Euclid taught at the ancient Library of Alexandria. Little is known about Euclid’s life. Euclid was a fairly common name in his time. Euclid presented the theorems and problems. He showed the solutions logically.…

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impact aids in understanding the history of how technology has developed so thoroughly and what significant events happened to facilitate such an advanced society. A better understanding can be derived by analyzing the historical background on the mathematicians, the time periods, and the contributions that affected their society and modern society as well as specific examples of how the mathematical developments affected society. Math had and has a great impact in technology. During the 20th…

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training in an atmosphere of artists and mathematicians studying and learning together (Emmer 2). People also suggest that the art of the future will depend on new technologies, computer graphics in particular (Emmer 1). There are many mathematical advantages to using computer graphics. They can help to visualize phenomena and to understand how to solve new problems (Emmer 2). “The use of ‘visual computers’ gives rise to new challenges for mathematicians. At the same time, computer graphics might…

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History of Symmetry by Ian Stewart is in depth on how mathematicians came about symmetry. Instead of coming across symmetry by geometry as someone today might think, Stewart shows how it became an idea by algebra. Most of the book is told in chronological order from the early Egyptians and Babylonians discovery of the quadratic equation and leading up to the impossibility to solve the quintic equation. Through each chapter we see how mathematicians get one step closer to solving the quintic, and their…

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Euclid of Alexandria is commonly attributed to be the “Father of Geometry” and one of the most influential mathematicians of all time. Very little is known about his personal life because records from his era rarely survived. His estimated birth and death dates are 325 B.C. and 265 B.C. There’s no real consensus on whether he was greek or egyptian. Some people believed he was educated at Plato’s Academy, but his life and work didn’t take place in Greece. He moved to Alexandria, Egypt ten years after…

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