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Galileo Galilei was born in 1564 in italy he is an italian physicist  and astronomer his father wanted him tl study medicen Galileo fromulated the basic low of faling bodies which he brovd by carful  mesurment he also bild a teleskop in 1613 . he pablishd a book about sun spot . Galileo daid in ..

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1601 – Fermat was born in Toulous, France on the 17th of August.   1621 – He created Fermat’s theorem after studying Pell’s equation.   1625 – He created the principle of infinite descent and Fermat’s factorization method.   1628 – He created the two-square theorem, and the polygonal number theorem.   1632 – He ..

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1170 – Born in Pisa. An Italian mathematician who wrote "Liber abaci" (“Book of the Abacus”). 1202 – Wrote Liber abaci (“Book of the Abacus”), the first European work on Indian and Arabian mathematics.            – The discoverer and eponym of Fibonacci sequence. 1225 – He dedicated his Liber quadratorum (“Book of Square ..

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330 BC – Born in Alexandria, Egypt. He was the most prominent mathematician of Greco-Roman antiquity, best known for his treatise on geometry, the Elements. 275 BC – Died on Alexandria, Egypt. 2.4 / 5 ( ..

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1707 – Leonhard Euler, born on the 15th of April in in Basel to Paul Euler, a pastor of the Reformed Church, and Marguerite Brucker, a pastor’s daughter. He is a Swiss mathematician who was tutored by Johann Bernoulli. 1730 – He became professor of physics. 1733 – He succeeded Daniel Bernoulli in the chair ..

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1913 – Born on the 26th of March in Budapest, Hungary. 1934 – He was awarded a doctorate in mathematics.         – He moved to Manchester, England to be a guest lecturer. 1938 – He accepted his first American position as a scholarship holder at Princeton University,           Princeton, New Jersey, United States. 1952 – ..

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276 BC – He was a Greek mathematician, geographer and astronomer born this year in Cyrene (in modern-day Libya), but worked and died in Alexandria, capital of Ptolemaic Egypt. His teachers included the scholar Lysanias of Cyrene and the philosopher Ariston of Chios who had studied under Zeno, the founder of the Stoic school of ..

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