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His name was Edvard Larouge. He made up his exponent theory in 1863 when he had to keep multiplying the same numbers over and over agin because he was a banker.
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Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662)
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Trigonometry goes back to ancient times. The first trigonometrictable is attributed to Hipparchus of Nicaea.
Pascal's Triangle A triangle of numbers in which a row represents the coefficients of the binomial series. The triangle is bordered by ones on the right and left sides, and ea…ch interior entry is the sum of the two entries above. Similar to modern day Sudoku.
The mathematician in the 17th century who wrote the exponent after the unknown is Herigone.
Although little is known of his early life, most historians believe he was created or born in a manner similar to how the rest of use were created or born.
Categories for the Working Mathematician was created in 1971.
In US Congress
International Congress of Mathematicians was created in 1897.
Letters to a Young Mathematician was created in 2006.
You may be thinking of Rene Descartes who created the Cartesian plane,