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The Significant Contribution of Pierre De Fermat in Mathematics (840 words, 2 pages)

Pierre de FermatPierre de Fermat was born in the year 1601 in Beaumont-de-Lomages, France. Mr. Fermat's education began in 1631. He was home schooled. Mr. Fermat was a single man through his life. Pierre de Fermat, like many mathematicians of the early 17th century, found solutions to the four major ... Read More

The Practical Applications of Calculus in Everday Life (938 words, 2 pages)

Jamie BurtonPeriod 1CalculusTo Use Calculus, or Not to Use Calculus?That is the QuestionIn the past, if you have studied Algebra and Trigonometry, then your knowledge has prepared you to master the next step calculus. Calculus is complicated, but not quite as bad as everyone thinks. It is the study of ... Read More

A Biography of Archimedes One of the Greatest Mathematician of All Time (681 words, 4 pages)

Few certain details remain about the life ofantiquitys greatest mathematician, Archimedes. We knowhe was born in 287 B.C.E. around Syracuse from a reportabout 1400 years after the fact. Archimedes tells about hisfather, Pheidias, in his book The Sandreckoner. Pheidiaswas an astronomer, who was famous for being the author ofa treatise ... Read More

A Look at the History of Calculus (584 words, 3 pages)

Calculus "One of the greatest contributions to modern mathematics, science, andengineering was the invention of calculus near the end of the 17th century,"says The New Book of Popular Science. Without the invention of calculus, manytechnological accomplishments, such as the landing on the moon, would have beendifficult. The word "calculus" originated ... Read More

The Discovery and Significance of the Fibonacci Numbers (571 words, 3 pages)

Fibonacci Numbers The Fibonacci numbers were first discovered by a man named LeonardoPisano. He was known by his nickname, Fibonacci. The Fibonacci sequence is asequence in which each term is the sum of the 2 numbers preceding it. The first10 Fibonacci numbers are (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ... Read More

An Introduction to the Calculators and the Taylor Series (552 words, 3 pages)

Gods Gift to Calculators The Taylor SeriesIt is incredible how far calculators have come since my parents were incollege, which was when the square root key came out. Calculators since thenhave evolved into machines that can take natural logarithms, sines, cosines,arcsines, and so on. The funny thing is that calculators ... Read More

The Life, Education and Achievements of Mathematician Leonhard Euler (544 words, 3 pages)

Leonhard EulerLeonhard Euler, (born April 15, 1707, died Sept. 18, 1783), was the mostprolific mathematician in history. His 866 books and articles represent aboutone third of the entire body of research on mathematics, theoretical physics,and engineering mechanics published between 1726 and 1800. In pure mathematics,he integrated Leibniz's differential calculus and ... Read More

An Investigation into T-Shapes (434 words, 3 pages)

Investigashion into T-shapes! Aim 1- the solution you need to draw your own grides T69 5051526069282 T22345132247In the diagrame below it shows the difference between the T-number and the other numbers. First is the T-shape in queston 1231120 This is the T-shape and here is the Difference T-shape N-19N-18N-17N-9NThis shows ... Read More

An Analysis of the Payphone Problem in Course-Work (1071 words, 4 pages)

The payphone problem (course-work) I will be investigating a pay phone problem in which Iwill be using some information and my knowledge to guide me. I will have tomake predictions and conclusions and use tables to show my work. A pay phone will take only 10p, 20p, 50p and 1 ... Read More

An Analysis of Gradient Function Coursework (730 words, 4 pages)

Gradient Function Coursework My task is to investigate therelationship between the gradients of tangents on the curves of graphs, such asyx2. To do this, I will first find the gradient of tangents on thegraph yx2 by drawing the graph.Ihave labelled the tangents a-g. They go from x-3 to x4. Below ... Read More

An Analysis of the Topic of the Baker's Wife (1785 words, 5 pages)

1.The bakers wife needs to rearrange therow of Bath Buns (B) and Chelsea Buns (C) from C B C B C B to C C C B B B byswapping a bun with its neighbour in the smallest possible number of moves. Let us from now on give each bun ... Read More

The Life and Scholarly Career of Peierre de Fermat (840 words, 2 pages)

Pierre de FermatPierre de Fermat was born in the year 1601 in Beaumont-de-Lomages, France. Mr. Fermat's education began in 1631. He was home schooled. Mr. Fermat was a single man through his life. Pierre de Fermat, like many mathematicians of the early 17th century, found solutions to the four major ... Read More

An Introduction to the Binary Number System (566 words, 2 pages)

The binary number system is a system in which numbers are represented as linear combinations of the powers of two. A binary number is a number written in base two. This means that each position in a numeral represents a particular power of two. In the more common decimal system, ... Read More

A Biography of Archimedes, a Greek Mathematician (730 words, 1 pages)

Archimedes Archimedes is by far one of the most important Greek mathematicians and inventors of all time. He came up with a theory of buoyancy, made an accurate estimate for pi, and made great advancements in the field of geometry and warfare. He also invented the Archimedes screw, (which is ... Read More

A Biography of John Wallis a Mathematician (628 words, 3 pages)

England.When Wallis moved from his school in Ashford to Tenterden, heshowed his potential for the first time as a scholar. In 1630 he went to Feltedwhere he became proficient in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. He later went toEmanual College Cambridge and became first interested in mathematics.Because nobody at Cambridge at ... Read More

An Introduction to the Curve: Cayley's Sextic Can Be Described by the Cartesian Equation (524 words, 1 pages)

The curve, Cayleys Sextic can be described by the Cartesian equation 4(x2 y2 ax)3 27a2(x2 y2)2. It is the involute of a nephroiod curve because of its slight kidney shape and because they are parallel curves. This curve was first discovered by a mathematician by the name of Colin Maclaurin. ... Read More

A Brief Biography of Archimedes, a Greek Mathematician (446 words, 1 pages)

Archimedes was born in 287 BC in Syracuse, a Greek seaport colony in Sicily. Archimedes father was Phidias. He was an astronomer this is all we know about his father and we learn this from Archimedes work, The Sandreckoner. Archimedes was educated in Alexandria, Egypt. Archimedes friend, Heracleides, wrote a ... Read More

A Biography of Pierre de Fermat, a French Mathematician (840 words, 1 pages)

Pierre de Fermat Pierre de Fermat was born in the year 1601 in Beaumont-de-Lomages, France. Mr. Fermat's education began in 1631. He was home schooled. Mr. Fermat was a single man through his life. Pierre de Fermat, like many mathematicians of the early 17th century, found solutions to the four ... Read More

A Description of Mathematical Logic Having Been Around For a Very Long Time (783 words, 2 pages)

Mathematical logic is something that has been around for a very long time. Centuries Ago Greek and other logicians tried to make sense out of mathematical proofs. As time went on other people tried to do the same thing but using only symbols and variables. But I will get into ... Read More

The Use of Calculus (938 words, 3 pages)

In the past, if you have studied Algebra and Trigonometry, then your knowledge has prepared you to master the next step calculus. Calculus is complicated, but not quite as bad as everyone thinks. It is the study of changing quantities. Take for example, the curve as a path of a ... Read More

The Eight-Queens Puzzle and the Different Methods to Solve It (593 words, 4 pages)

Problem StatementsEight-Queens PuzzleIs it possible to place eight Queens on a chessboard, so that none of the Queens occupy the same row, column, or diagonal?Binary SearchDepth-First Breadth-First SearchNewtons MethodTake a number whose square root is to be calculated, any positive number.Take a guess at the numbers square root.Calculate the square ... Read More

An Interview With Mr. Smallwood on the Importance and Use of Calculus (700 words, 2 pages)

Interview with Mr. SmallwoodMr. Millard Smallwood is a computer programmer, working for the United States Government. He works in the Defense Intelligence Agency, currently assigned to Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center at Fort Detrick, in Frederick Maryland.When asked about the use of Calculus in his line of work, Mr. Smallwood ... Read More

A Biography of Brook Taylor the Mathematician (613 words, 2 pages)

Brook TaylorMathematicianBiographical Sketch4201Shannon PringleBorn August 18, 1685 Edmonton, Middlesex, England.Died December 29, 1731 Somerset House, London, England.Brook Taylor was born into a fairly wealthy family on the fringes of nobility. His father, John Taylor, was the son of Nathaniel Taylor a member of Oliver Cromwells Assembly. His mother, Olivia Tempest, ... Read More

A Mathematical Description of What Conic Sections Are (3536 words, 6 pages)

The term conic sections is used when discussing the derivation of a line that is a locus of points equal distance from either a line, a point, both a line and a point, two lines, etc. The term conic sections also can be used when discussing certain planes that are ... Read More

The History and Different Names of Fibonacci (2140 words, 6 pages)

IHistory of FibonacciDifferent Names of FibonacciBooks by FibonacciThe Different Names of FibonacciIn 1175 AD, one of the greatest European mathematicians was born. His birth name was Leonardo Pisano. Pisano is Italian for the city of Pisa, which is where Leonardo was born. Leonardo wanted to carry his family name so ... Read More

The Early Life of Leonard Euler and His Potential in Mathematics (4318 words, 17 pages)

Leonhard Euler's father was Paul Euler. Paul Euler had studied theology at the University of Basel and had attended JacobBernoulli's lectures there. In fact Paul Euler and Johann Bernoulli had both lived in Jacob Bernoulli's house while undergraduatesat Basel. Paul Euler became a Protestant minister and married Margaret Brucker, the ... Read More

A Biography of Isaac Newton (352 words, 2 pages)

ISAAC NEWTONIsaac Newton was born janurary 4th, 1643 in Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire,England. Isaac Newton came from a family of farmers but he never did know his real dadbecause he died three months before he was born. His father owned property and animalswhich made him a very wealthy man. His father was ... Read More

A Biography of Johannes Kepler the Mathematician (880 words, 2 pages)

Johannes Kepler was born on December 27, 1571 in Weil der Stadt, Germany. Kepler's grandfather was supposedly from a noble background, and once Mayor of Weil. However, Kepler's father became a mercenary who narrowly avoided the gallows. Kepler's mother, Katherine, was raised by an aunt who was eventually burned as ... Read More

The History of the Chinese Remainder Theorem (458 words, 1 pages)

CHINESE REMAINDER THEOREM WHAT IS IT ? Mathematics plays an important role in our world, as we know it. It is used everyday to solve all kinds of complex problems enabling us to create a better place for everyone to live in. One particular aspect of Mathematics known as the ... Read More

A Look at the Fundamental Concept of the Derivative in the Heart of Calculus (407 words, 2 pages)

What is a Derivative?The derivative is a fundamental concept that forms the heart of calculus. Derivatives can be interpreted both graphically and as a rate of change. Graphically, the derivative is the slope of the curve at any given point, which is the slope of the tangent line. The slope ... Read More

Published: Sunday 3rd of November 2013

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