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Pythagoras was a famous philosopher and perhaps the world's first scientist. In looking for a better/uniform way to tune his harp, he discovered that the length of a string was in direct mathematical proportion to its pitch. From this revelation, Pythagoras made the leap of concluding that everything in nature could be expressed as mathematics. This approach to physics is still in use today. The Greek philosopher considered numbers to be sacred and developed a secret system of numerology. Pythagoras believed in reincarnation. Today, many people consider themselves 'Pythagoreans', that is, they have studied sacred numerology and beleve in reincarnation. Kaballists have the same belief as do Master Masons.

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0He contributed the Pythagorean Theorem.

Pythagoras didn't make a school, Other people made the school in honor of Pythagoras

Pythagoras made many contributions to the field of math.

Around the time of 560 BC to 500 BC.

Pythagoras never commented on his sexuality, and it has no bearing on his contributions to the field of mathematics.

Pythagoras never commented on his sexuality, and it has no bearing on his contributions to the study of mathematics.

Pythagoras is, of course, best remembered for the Pythagorean Theorem, which states that in a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sums of the squares of the other two sides.

Archimedes- buoyancy Pythagoras- Pythagoras theorem Aristotle-early views on light etc.

HE liked to study the nature and numerology to the mathematics of the world.

He came up with the pythagorean theorem

his theory for right angled triangles

Pythagoras is famous for the discovery of the geometrical Pythagorean theorem . the theorem states that the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides in a right angled triangle, (a2 + b2 = c2).

Many philosophers have made contributions, such as Pythagoras, who made the Pythagorean theory, which is talking about angles such as a right angle and making that into an equation.

He was the discoverer of the Pythagoras' Theorem.

indians vedas were the first one to discover pythagoras theorem

First of all, it's Pythagoras. One of it in Geometry. The Pythagorean Theorem.

Pythagoras education was mathematics and was taught by other people

some contributions that you can make to your schoo are that you share your knowlegde with other peers, be role model to your colleques etc.

Well Pythagoras is not really known for family .

Pythagoras is credited with the Pythagorean Theorem. Which says if you have a right triangle with sides A and B and a hypotenuse(longest side, across from the right angle) C. The A^2+B^2 = C^2 This theorem is used repeatedly through math to find the side length of triangles.

the electric pen and the kinetograph and the kintoscope

Pythagoras is born in 500 AD he is greek he make triangle problems for maths to make maths more boring

Pythagoras was an ancient Greek mathematician whose theorem was: any right angle triangle, when its hypotenuse is squared, is equal to the sum of its squared sides. discovery of a mathematical formula to relate the sides of a right triangle

The pythagorean threom

he discovered it in 196C

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