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476 BC around born at Chamravattam near Ponnani in Kerala state, India. Place is notable for the confluence of Bharatappuzha and the Arabian sea and the meeting place of Ujjayini meridian with the west coast of India. Asmaka, the place often referred by Bhaskara-I as of Aryabhata was the Jain country that surrounded the Vindhyagiri ..

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1667 – Arbuthnot was born in Kincardine, Scotland in April and was baptised on April 29, 1667. 1685 – Graduated with an arts degree in Marischal College. 1691 – Arbuthnot went to London where he supported himself by teaching mathematics. 1692 – Arbuthnot translated Huygens’ tract on probability and extended it by adding to it ..

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Greek inventor, mathematician, and physicist   discovered principles of buoyancy and the lever   discovered differential calculus   discovered formula for volume of sphere   computed pi   killed by Roman soldier invading Syracuse 1.6 / 5 ( ..

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1768 – Born on the 18th of July. 1806 – While managing a bookstore in Paris, he published the idea of geometrical interpretation of complex numbers known as the Argand diagram.          – He published a rigorous proof of the fundamental theorem of algebra. 1822 – Deid on the 13th of August. 3 / ..

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262 BC – Born in circa, some 25 years after Archimedes in Greece. 247-205 – He flourished in the reigns of Ptolemy Euergetes and Ptolemy Philopator.             – His treatise on conics earned him fame as "The Great Geometer", an achievement that has assured his fame ever since. 190 BC – Died this circa. 1.9 ..

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965 – Alhazen was born in Basra, Iraq as Abu Ali Hasan Ibn al-Haitham. 1015-1021 – He wrote his seven volume treatise on optics Kitab al-Manazir which drastically transformed the ancient Greek understanding of vision. Discovered the the laws of refraction, carried out the first experiments on the dispersion of light into its constituent colours. ..

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780 – Al-Khwarizmi was born in Khwarizm. 800-850 – Author of the book about the systematic solution of linear and quadratic equations. The word algebra originated from the word "al-jabr", one of the two operations used to solve quadratic equations. Wrote "On the Calculation with Hindu Numerals" which was translated into latin as "Algoritmi de ..

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1542 – Born on December 21st in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire on. 1561 – Granted a scholarship and was admitted at the Trinity College, Oxford. 1567 – Earned his Master of Arts degree at the Trinity College, Oxford. 1580 – He quit college and fellowship, retired to Gloucester Hall, and became famous for his knowledge of antiquity, ..

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1747 – Aida was born in Yamagata, Japan on February 10, 1747. 1762 – Studied at the school under the mathematician Yasuyuli Okazaki in Yamagata. 1770 – Worked as a civil engineer working on river control and irrigation systems around Tokyo. 1788 – Aida compiled Sampo tensi shinan and published it the same year. 1817 ..

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