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# Did Pythagoras have children?

# How smart was Pythagoras?

he was very smart

# 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).

# Why did Pythagoras discovered Pythagoras theorem?

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

# What are the remarks of Pythagoras?

Pythagoras became immortalised simply by finding a method for calculating the length of hypotenuse

# What was Pythagoras famous for?

Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher and mathematician who proved the Pythagorean theorem; considered to be the first true mathematician (circa 580-500 BC)

# Who are the brothers of Pythagoras?

Pythagoras's older brothers were Eunomus and Tyrrhenus. His father was Mnesarchus. His mother was known as Parthenis in her early life, but later took the name Pythais. …His wife was Theano. His daughters were Myia or Myria, Damo and Arignote. His sons were Arimnestes and Telauges.

# Who is Pythagoras?

He was a famous mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher.

# Where did Pythagoras get married?

Pythagoras got married in Samos, Greece, to a very young woman called Theano and had five children together.

# What were Pythagoras occupations?

Pythagoras of Samos was an Ionian Greek philosopher, mathematician, and founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism.. Most of the information about Pythagoras was …written down centuries after he lived, so very little reliable information is known about him. Pythagoras was the son of a gem-engraver or a merchant. As such he was born into a family of comparative wealth, which enabled him to pursue his own studies without having to worry much about money. Like most Greek philosophers of the era, Pythagoras was part of the upper crust of society and not required to work to support himself, rather he spent his time learning, teaching and playing politics. Pythagoras is supposed to have claimed that he had been Euphorbus, the son of Panthus, in the Trojan war, as well as various other characters, a tradesman, a courtesan, etc. The people of Croton where he settled for a time after he left Samos were supposed to have identified him with the Hyperborean Apollo, and he was said to have practised divination and prophecy. In the visits to various places in Greece - Delos, Sparta, Phlius, Crete, etc. which are ascribed to him, he usually appears either in his religious or priestly guise, or else as a lawÂgiver.

# Why is Pythagoras famous?

Probably his theorem a2+b2=c2, which is used to calculate the hypotenuse (longest side) of a right-angled. triangle. You find the length of the two shorter sides, square them,… add them together and then square root your answer. 3,4,5 is a Pythagorean triple, because 9(32)+16(42)=25(52), and a Pythagorean triple is where the length of each of the three sides is an integer(Whole number). Pi (3.14 etc.) was actually just named for the first letter of the greek word for perimeter, and had nothing to do with Pythagoras, although many people think that it does. He was the founder of a religious movement called Pythagoreanism. Many people see him as a great mathematician, mystic and scientist, although most people just see the first part. I'd say he was probably most famous for the first two though, despite that one of them was , as I said, nothing to do with him.

# Who is Pythagoras and Euclid?

Pythagoras and Euclid are both mathematicians. Pythogoras has commonly been given credit for discovering the Pythagorean theorem, a theorem in geometry that states that in a r…ight-angled triangle the area of the square on the hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle) is equal to the sum of the areas of the squares of the other two sides-that is, . Euclid is in charge of dicovering Pythagorean Triples, Euclidean geometry and more geometry realated things. Euclid also wrote a book called "Elements" in support of his math.

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# What are the Pythagoras inventions?

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# Did Pythagoras get married?

yes he had a wife named cutah Kayla

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# When did Pythagoras die?

c. 570 - c. 495 BC

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# What is the Pythagoras method?

The Pythagoras method or theorem is a statement that concludes the area of two small squares is equal to the area of one large one. The algebraic formula is aĂ‚Â˛ + bĂ‚Â˛=…cĂ‚Â˛. C is the hypotenuse or base while a and b are the two lengths of the triangle. In geometry, it is the basis for the definition of the distance between two points.

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# What ethnicity was Pythagoras?

Caucasian