Mathematicians

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Explore the lives and contributions of renowned mathematicians like Pythagoras, Aristotle, Euclid, Al-Khwarizmi, Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo Galilei, De Lhopital, and Leonhard Euler. From ancient Greece to modern-day Switzerland, learn about their work in areas such as geometry, algebra, calculus, and trigonometry. This presentation offers insights into the achievements of these influential figures in the world of mathematics.


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Mathematicians

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  1. Mathematicians Mr. Clutter Villegas Middle School 2006-2007

  2. Pythagoras 569 B.C. 475 B.C. Greece First pure mathematician 5 beliefs Secret society Pythagorean theorem

  3. Aristotle 384 B.C. 322 B.C. Greece Philosopher Studied mathematics in relation to science

  4. Euclid 325 B.C. 265 B.C. Greece Wrote The Elements Geometry today

  5. Al-Khwarizmi 780 A.D.-850 A.D. Baghdad (in Iraq) 1stbook on Algebra Algebra Natural Number Equation

  6. Leonardo da Vinci 1452 A.D. - 1519 A.D. Italy Geometry with mechanical methods Painter Architect Mechanic

  7. Galileo Galilei 1564 A.D. 1642 A.D. Italy Teacher Astrology Mathematician

  8. De Lhopital 1661 A.D. 1704 A.D. France Differential Calculus L Hopital s Rule

  9. Leonhard Euler 1707 A.D. 1783 A.D. Switzerland Mechanica (book on mathematical analysis) Calculus of variations Analytic Geometry Trigonometry Symbols

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