What geometer was born in Turkey and what words did he introduce into the language of mathematics?
The following geometers were born in turkey; Thales of Miletus (c. 630-c 550) Anaximander of Miletus (c. 610-c. 547) Anaximenes of Miletus (fl. c. 546.)
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I believe the following geometers were born in turkey; Thales ofMiletus (c. 630-c 550) Anaximander of Miletus (c. 610-c. 547)Anaximenes of Miletus (fl. c. 546)) Miletus was a… town in the area where today Turkey is. But it iswrong to say that Anaximander was born in Turkey because we mixancient time and modern space. It is correct to say that AsiaMinor, which today is a part of Turkey, was the birthplace ofApollonius born in Perga , Aytolycus born in Pitane , Hipparchusborn in Nicaea . But the most famous geometer, perhaps, is Thalesof Miletus.
William Shakespeare is given credit for introducing over 2,200 newwords. Some ways Shakespeare did this was by changing verbs in toadjectives, adding prefixes, or just making …up himself.
The radical symbol for square root, without the vinculum above theradicand, was introduced in 1525. The first author to use it wasChristoff Rudolff.
Coinage, or borrowing if it has come from another language.
pi is introduced by William Jones in 1707
in 1066 william became king of england and he was french so thats why we have french words in our language
The father and first leader of the modern day Turkish Republic wasKemal Ataturk. Ataturk enacted sweeping reforms that includedsecularization (separating Islamic religious aff…airs from thestate) and standardizing Latin script.
Sir Isaac Newton
Logic is a major aspect of mathematics, particularly boolean algebra. While it is possible to write programs using nothing more than elementary decimal arithmetic, you cannot …always write efficient algorithms using nothing more than high-level abstractions like decimal; you need to talk to the machine in its own native language. For instance, to determine if a positive whole number is odd or even, a human will simply look at the least significant digit. If it is 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8 then the value is clearly even otherwise it is odd. But that's a lot of processing for a computer because all values are encoded in binary, not decimal. To do it the human way you would need to divide the binary value by decimal 10 and then examine the remainder to determine the final digit. Then you have to compare that digit with 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8 to decide if it is even or not. An alternative approach that is more efficient is to divide the binary value by 2 and then check the remainder. If it is 0 then the number is even, otherwise it is odd. But there is an even better method. If the least-significant bit of the binary value is 0 then the number must be even, otherwise it must be odd. That's just simple binary logic but unless you are familiar with binary mathematics it may not be entirely obvious.
when you compute any problem in the math you follow some particular rule or instruction to improve and correct computation , similarly in programing we also do same , our p…rograming skill is modified e.g. we use the shortest path problem in math. if we want to develop the same program then we have to knowlege about how to solve this.....
I think you are going for calculus.