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# Did Pythagoras have children?

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View Full Interview# What did Pythagoras do to Hippasus?

Pythagoras drowned him.

# What is the education of Pythagoras?

Pythagoras was well educated, and he played the lyre throughout his lifetime, knew poetry and recited Homer. He was interested in mathematics, philosophy, astronomy and mu…sic, and was greatly influenced by Pherekydes (philosophy), Thales (mathematics and astronomy) and Anaximander (philosophy, geometry).

# Was Pythagoras a boxer?

It's entirely possible a life of Pythagoras states that : But Eratosthenes says, as Favorinus quotes him, in the eighth book of his Universal History, that this philosopher, o…f whom we are speaking, was the first man who ever practised boxing in a scientific manner, in the forty-eighth Olympiad, having his hair long, and being clothed in a purple robe; and that he was rejected from the competition among boys, and being ridiculed for his application, he immediately entered among the men, and came off victorious. And this statement is confirmed among other things, by the epigram which Theaetetus composed:Stranger, if e'er you knew Pythagoras, Pythagoras, the man with flowing hair, The celebrated boxer, erst of Samos; I am Pythagoras. And if you ask A citizen of Elis of my deeds, You'll surely think he is relating fables.

# What is Pythagoras' theorem?

Pythagoras' Theorem is a statement proving that in a right angled triangle the square of the longest side (the hypotenuse) equals the sum of the squares on the other two s…ides. The formula for this is: A squared + B squared = C squared. C represents the hypotenuse on this formula, while A and B represent the other two perpendicular sides. Exercise:Use squared paper & draw a triangle in the center of the page. Make the short sides of length 6 cm & 8 cm. Draw a square on each side. Measure the area of each square: hint 6 x 6 = 36 and so on. Having found the areas, add the areas of the squares on the two shorter sides. Compare your answer with the area of the square on the longest side. What do you notice? Repeat this for more triangles and see if you can see a pattern. (The use of upper case for vertices and lower case for the actual sides of a triangle is prevalent. So we write triangle ABC having sides of length a, b, c.)

# Who was Pythagoras?

Pythagoras (c. 580-500 B.C.) was an ancient Greek philosopher who was interested in numbers and their meanings. He discovered the relationships between mathematics and music, …proposing that sounds and their relationships with other sounds can be measured using numbers. He also proposed that the Earth is a sphere, that the Earth, Moon, and stars revolve around the Sun, and that astronomy (the study of stars, planets, and heavenly bodies) could be written as mathematical sentences called equations. Pythagoras and his followers used lines, triangles, and squares made out of pebbles to represent numbers. Today Pythagoras is best remembered for the Pythagorean theorem: The square of the length of the hypotenuse (the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle) of a right triangle equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the triangle's other two sides.

# Why did Pythagoras discovered Pythagoras theorem?

Pythagoras discovred it to find unknown sides in a right angled triangle

# Who is Pythagoras?

He was a famous mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher. A Greek Philosopher and Mathemetician (580-500 BCE). Phythagorous was a greek mathmatician who gives the …phythagorous theorum for right triangles. ANSWER almost you can say he creat maths

# Where is Pythagoras from?

he was from Greece

# Where did Pythagoras from?

i think you meant where was Pythagoras from. he was from samos, an island in greek

# What did Pythagoras discover?

He discovered how to find the length of the missing side of a triangle, so if there was a 5 cm line and a 4 cm line he could tell the length of the other line on a trigal. The… answer to the 5 cm by 4 cm would be 3 cm. That is his famouse 5, 4, 3 triangle. The formula for it is A squared plus B squared equels C squared. he was also superman because he died before he was born

# What was Pythagoras' birthday?

Pythagoras was born circa (about) 575 b.c., on the greek island samos.

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# What are the works of Pythagoras?

The sum of the angles of a triangle is equal to two right angles.The theorem of Pythagoras - for a right-angled triangle the square on the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of th…e squares on the other two sides. The Babylonians understood this 1000 years earlier, but Pythagoras proved it.Constructing figures of a given area and geometrical algebra. For example they solved various equations by geometrical means.The discovery of irrational numbers is attributed to the Pythagoreans, but seems unlikely to have been the idea of Pythagoras because it does not align with his philosophy the all things are numbers, since number to him meant the ratio of two whole numbers.The five regular solids (tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, icosahedron, dodecahedron). It is believed that Pythagoras knew how to construct the first three but not last two.Pythagoras taught that Earth was a sphere in the center of the Kosmos (Universe), that the planets, stars, and the universe were spherical because the sphere was the most perfect solid figure. He also taught that the paths of the planets were circular. Pythagoras recognized that the morning star was the same as the evening star, Venus.

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# Why was Pythagoras reffered to as the Pythagoras of samos?

Pythagoras was called "Pythagoras of Samos" because he was born in Samos.

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# How was Pythagoras' childhood?

It was tough as he was always being pressured.

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# Did Pythagoras have a wife and did they have children?

yes and her name was theano

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# Who is the Pythagoras?

Pythagoras was an ancient Greek mathematician who proved that the hypotenuse of a right angle triangle when squared is equal to the sum of its squared sides.