Often, to completely understand the importance of a mathematical theory, it's essential to know about the person who developed it. This category is where all questions about historically significant mathematicians should be asked.

Often, to completely understand the importance of a mathematical theory, it's essential to know about the person who developed it. This category is where all questions about historically significant mathematicians should be asked.

Pythagoras' theorem states that for any right angle triangle its hypotenuse when squared is equal to the sum of its squared sides.

I am not sure how much detail you want. But basically he explained Newton's three Laws of Motion, Newton's Law of Gravitation and developed Kelper's Laws of Planetary Motion.

The severity of dyslexia depends on the person. Some people will have mild dyslexia and only face some challenges, others can have very severe dyslexia. In severe cases reading and writing can be extremely difficult.

That they are both algebraic expressions because they do not contain any equality signs.

4356 2178, 2 1089, 2, 2 363, 3, 2, 2 121, 3, 3, 2, 2 11, 11, 3, 3, 2, 2

If that denominator is x + 2, a value of -2 for x would not make sense as division by zero is undefined.

If you mean: -4x+3y = 12 then y = 4/3x+4 whereas 4/3 is the slope and 4 is the y intercept

There are six prime numbers that are less than 15: 2 3 5 7 11 and 13 6 of them.

0.762 = 762/999 which can be simplified, if you so wish.

No way to determine, they are present in different forms in many different civilizations and probably had prehistoric origins. The abacus is simply a highly portable form of the much earlier counting board or counting table, that used pebbles or clay counters in grooves on a wood board or a table covered with a thin layer of sand.

Never. There is a story that IBM declared something like this in the early 1950s, but there is no evidence for it.

224 divided by 24 is 9 and 1/3 224 divided into 24 is 0.107142857142857

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Each side is: 12.32/4 = 3.08 cm

It is 2 because any even number is always divisible by 2 with no remainder.

The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.

Simple answer - people would get different answers. When it comes to Arithmetic, there is just one correct answer and that comes by following the correct order of operations :-)

Assuming you could average a number per second (not easy if you enumerate some of the larger numbers fully) one billion seconds is 16,666,666 minutes and 40 seconds. It's a little over 31 and 1/2 years, if you never sleep.

The mean for a single number, such as 6281454562, is the number itself.

The given numbers are co-prime and so the only common number is 1.

1.5, 2.25 and 572.25, when added together is one possible set of numbers.

The mean value theorem can be applied to all continuous functions (or expressions), and so it is applicable here. There is no equation in te question and furthermore, no c (other than the first letter of cos in the expression so there are no values for c to satisfy anything!

"430 5" is not an equation and it does not have an unknown value. So there can be no equation which has the same unknown value.

No because the associative property can be found in other operations as well.

Fibonacci lived about 400 years before Pascal did.

(8 x 7) + (6 x 5) + 4 + 3 - 2 - 1 = 56 + 30 + 7 - 3 = 86 + 4 = 90

Pi is a number, a mathematical concept. It doesn't "exist" in a physical sense in the first place (yes, it's the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, but it also shows up in many surprising equations that are purely numeric and not obviously connected to circles), so it's nonsensical to ask what would happen if it "didn't exist". If we didn't know about it (which is a very different thing) then… Read More

There is proof of their existence as mathematical concepts. They do not have any physical existence.

To give you 120,000 digits under the Tau system (rather than pi) would require copying from another website, which is plagiarism. Therefore, I will refer you to the Tau Day website where they list the first 100,000 digits. http://tauday.com/tau-digits

In The Tau Manifesto, by Michael Hartl, a mathematician and physicist, Hartl asserts that Tau should replace pi in mathematics. He and others state Tau is more perfect than pi, a perfect completion of the circle and more broadly descriptive in mathematical problems, with Tau being double of pi. This idea has not yet been accepted into mainstream mathematics; pi continues to be taught and used. Though proponents of Tau made a "Tau Day" and… Read More

57909175 in scientific notation is 5.7909175*10^7

Blaise Pascal (19 June 1623 - 19 August 1662).

3.5 mm in 7days 3.5/7 = 0.5 mm/day there are 31 days in OCTOBER 0.5 x 31 = 15.5 mm

The odds are 1 in 200. The probability of winning is 0.005.

Division is the same whether you use whole numbers or decimals. You could make the decimal into a whole number. Look at an example 35 Ă· 0.25 which can be written as 35/0.25 Next multiply top and bottom by the same number to get rid of the decimal. This becomes 3500/25 or 3500 Ă· 25, and then you can continue division in the usual way.

Do you mean 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12? Do you want multiples of each one separately? e.g. multiples of 2, multiples of 3, multiples of 4? The answers to the times tables will do it if that is what you want. eg 2, 4, 6, 8, 10... 3, 6, 9, 12, 15... 4, 8, 12, 16, 20... etc.

A city has a higher population density.

Albert Einstein (mathematician not a physicist) developed the Theory of Relativity. Many other mathematicians and physicists (both theoretical and experimental) evaluated, verified, expanded, and simplified its calculations and how it is taught.

0.75 is a rational decimal number because it can be expressed as a fraction on the form of 3/4

Bernoulli's principle explains how plains fly. It also explains why smoke rises out of a chimney, how an atomizer works, and how a flying disk glides through the air.

No.900 * 3 = 2700 so 900 * 30 = 27000 and then 917*33 will be larger still. So it is an extremely poor answer.