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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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William Shakespeare is given credit for introducing over 2,200 new words. Some ways Shakespeare did this was by changing verbs in to adjectives, adding prefixes, or just m…aking up himself.
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Archimedes - Euclidean geometry Pierre Ossian Bonnet - differential geometry Brahmagupta - Euclidean geometry, cyclic quadrilaterals Raoul Bricard - descriptive geometry H…enri Brocard - Brocard points.. Giovanni Ceva - Euclidean geometry Shiing-Shen Chern - differential geometry René Descartes - invented the methodology analytic geometry Joseph Diaz Gergonne - projective geometry; Gergonne point Girard Desargues - projective geometry; Desargues' theorem Eratosthenes - Euclidean geometry Euclid - Elements, Euclidean geometry Leonhard Euler - Euler's Law Katyayana - Euclidean geometry Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky - non-Euclidean geometry Omar Khayyam - algebraic geometry, conic sections Blaise Pascal - projective geometry Pappus of Alexandria - Euclidean geometry, projective geometry Pythagoras - Euclidean geometry Bernhard Riemann - non-Euclidean geometry Giovanni Gerolamo Saccheri - non-Euclidean geometry Oswald Veblen - projective geometry, differential geometry
pi is introduced by William Jones in 1707
The C language itself contains a few fundamental arithmetic operators (+ - / * % etc), but does not contain any higher function. The C language standard, however, defines a s…tandard runtime library, which includes functions for numeric logic, arithmetic and trigonometry. These are mostly defined in the math.h header file, although some can also be found elsewhere.
in 1066 william became king of england and he was french so thats why we have french words in our language
Sir Isaac Newton
Yes. A course like discrete mathematics which treats Boolean algebra and the rest is very useful in computer programming.
Yes, mathematics is said to be the language of science because regardless of what language you were brought up in; mathematics obeys the immutable laws of science and physics …that transcend the spoken word. So, no matter where you are in the universe, if you know the language of mathematics you will have common ground to begin a communication with any other technological race.
Alexander the Great and the Hellenic Greek Empire.
Michael Anderson - differential geometer - was born in 1950.