_500_AD Index 390 BC) Bryson (428 BC 350 BC) Archytas, (428 BC - 347 BC) Plato (415 BC - 369BC) Theaetetus (408 BC - 355 BC) Eudoxus (400 BC - 350 BC) thymaridas (396 BC http://www.math.hcmuns.edu.vn/~algebra/history/history/Indexes/_500_AD.html
500-1000 350. Menaechmus (cones); Dinostratus (quadrature with quadratrix, brother of Menaechmus);Xenocrates (history of geometry); thymaridas (solution of systems of http://euphrates.wpunj.edu/courses/math21180/chrono05.htm
Extractions: Possible date of the Sulvasutras (religious writings showing acquaintance with Pythagorean numbers and with geometric constructions); appearance of Chinese rod numerals Battle of Thermopylae. Beginning of Age of Pericles Parmenides (sphericity of the earth). Zeno paradoxes of motion Hippocrates of Chios (reduction of the duplication problem, Tunes, arrangement of the propositions of geometry in a scientific fashion); Anaxagoras (geometry). Antiphon (method of exhaustion). Plague at Athens Hippias of Elis trisection of angles with quadratrix); Theodorus of Cyrene (irrational numbers); Socrates Democritus (atomistic theory). Athens finally defeated by Sparta. Archytas (leader of Pythagorean school at Tarentum, applications of mathematics to mechanics). Death of Socrates Plato (mathematics in the training of the mind, Plato's Academy Theaetetus (incommensurables, regular solids).
Extractions: sanal hoca Ana Sayfa Kimya Matematik Fizik ... E-Posta ( 130 - 190 ) Theon of Smyrna (1013-1054) Hermann of R. (1364-1436) Qadi Zada ( 130 BC - 70 BC ) Geminus (1019-1066) Sripati (1390-1450) al'Kashi ( 150 BC - 70 BC ) Zeno of Sidon (1031-1095) Shen (1393-1449) Ulugh Beg ( 200 - 284 ) Diophantus (1048-1122) Khayyam (1401-1464) Cusa ( 240 - 300 ) Sporus (1070-1130) Abraham (1404-1472) Alberti ( 290 350 ) Pappus (1075-1160) Adelard (1412-1486) Qalasadi ( 300 360) Serenus (1092-1167) Ezra (1412-1492) Francesca ( 335 - 395 ) Theon (1114-1185) Bhaskara (1423-1461) Peurbach ( 370 - 415 ) Hypatia (1114-1187) Gherard (1424-1484) Borgi ( 60 AD - 120AD ) Nicomachus (1168-1253) Grosseteste (1436-1476) Regiomontanus ( 65 AD - 125AD ) Heron (1170-1250) Fibonacci (1445-1500) Chuquet ( 70 AD - 130AD ) Menelaus (1195-1256) Sacrobosco (1445-1517) Pacioli ( 78 AD - 139AD ) Heng (1200-1280) Albertus (1452-1519) Leonardo ( 85 AD - 165AD ) Ptolemy (1201-1274) Tusi (1462-1498) Widman (160 BC - 100 BC) Theodosius (1202-1261) Ch'in (1465-1526) Ferro (1680BC-1620BC) Ahmes (1219-1292) Bacon
TMTh:: DAMO OF CROTON When the school closed, she sought refuge in Athens where, with the help of thymaridasand Philolaus, she published her father's treatises on geometry. http://www.tmth.edu.gr/en/aet/1/33.html
Extractions: Damo was the daughter of Pythagoras and Theano. She studied, and later taught, at the Pythagorean School at Croton. When the school closed, she sought refuge in Athens where, with the help of Thymaridas and Philolaus, she published her father's treatises on geometry. She is cited by Geminus, Iamblichus and Diogenes Laertius.
TMTh:: IAMBLICHUS OF CHALCEDON Provides valuable information on the work of older mathematicians, eg the famous flower of Pythagorean philosopher and mathematician thymaridas, and shows http://www.tmth.edu.gr/en/aet/1/63.html
Extractions: Neoplatonist philosopher who spent some time in Rome studying with Porphyry before moving on to Alexandria, where he studied mathematics with Anatolius. As a teacher in his own school at Apomeina, near his native city of Chalcis in Coele Syria (modern Lebanon), he was immensely influential: his students called him a "divine master". Iamblichus died in Alexandria in 414 AD. He is cited in Proclus and Stobaeus. "On the Arithmetic of Nicomachus": Development and extensive commentary on the work of Nicomachus. Provides valuable information on the work of older mathematicians, e.g. the famous "flower" of Pythagorean philosopher and mathematician Thymaridas, and shows that the Pythagoreans explored equations with unknowns, which they represented by words rather than symbols, as modern algebra does.
Mathematicians Bryson of Heraclea (c 350?). Menaechmus (c. 350) *SB. Theudius of Magnesia (c.350?). thymaridas (c. 350). Dinostratus (fl. c. 350) *SB. Speusippus (d. 339). http://www.chill.org/csss/mathcsss/mathematicians.html
Extractions: List of Mathematicians printed from: http://aleph0.clarku.edu:80/~djoyce/mathhist/mathhist.html 1700 B.C.E. Ahmes (c. 1650 B.C.E.) *mt 700 B.C.E. Baudhayana (c. 700) 600 B.C.E. Thales of Miletus (c. 630-c 550) *MT Apastamba (c. 600) Anaximander of Miletus (c. 610-c. 547) *SB Pythagoras of Samos (c. 570-c. 490) *SB *MT Anaximenes of Miletus (fl. 546) *SB Cleostratus of Tenedos (c. 520) 500 B.C.E. Katyayana (c. 500) Nabu-rimanni (c. 490) Kidinu (c. 480) Anaxagoras of Clazomenae (c. 500-c. 428) *SB *mt Zeno of Elea (c. 490-c. 430) *mt Antiphon of Rhamnos (the Sophist) (c. 480-411) *SB *mt Oenopides of Chios (c. 450?) *SB Leucippus (c. 450) *SB *mt Hippocrates of Chios (fl. c. 440) *SB Meton (c. 430) *SB Hippias of Elis (fl. c. 425) *SB *mt Theodorus of Cyrene (c. 425) Socrates (469-399) Philolaus of Croton (d. c. 390) *SB Democritus of Abdera (c. 460-370) *SB *mt 400 B.C.E. Hippasus of Metapontum (or of Sybaris or Croton) (c. 400?) Archytas of Tarentum (of Taras) (c. 428-c. 347) *SB *mt Plato (427-347) *SB *MT Theaetetus of Athens (c. 415-c. 369) *mt Leodamas of Thasos (fl. c. 380) *SB
Références R Translate this page Prorus, Amyclas, Clinias. Damon et Phintias. Simus, Myonides, Euphranor. Lyco (Lycus).thymaridas, . Vol. 3 Texte sur une à deux colonnes. - Bibliogr. http://www.aph.cnrs.fr/RSPA/References/References_R.html
Áñ÷áßïé Åëëçíåò ÅðéóôÞìïíåò known 1. Archilochos the Parian. 2. Satyros the Parian. 3. Scopasthe Parian. 4. Thrasymedes the Parian. 5. thymaridas the Parian. This http://www.forthnet.gr/EAAN/grsci.htm
Extractions: It is well known and firmly established that the Aegean Archipelago has been the cradle of civilisation. Most Aegean islands have been the birth place of a number of ancient Greek scientists, men and women. It may be noted as an example that the island of Samos has given birth to not less than 17 ancient scientists. Furthermore on each of the Aegean islands have been found remains of remarkable Works of antiquity, such as Temples, Waterworks, Theatres etc., proving their high degree of civilisation. Again as an example the island of Samos has among other Works the vast Temple dedicated to goddess Hera and the uniquely constructed Aqueduct, dug into the mountain from opposite ends, which met underground with remarkable precision. With the kind permission of the Author of the book "Ancient Greek Scientists", published in Greek, Constantinos Georgakopoulos, we have included in our pages excerpts he has prepared in English, referring to scientists born on some of the larger Aegean islands, together with brief summaries of important Works found on these islands. Those wishing to be able to read some names and text presented also in Greek, would need Greek Fonts.
Historia Translate this page thymaridas (400 a. de C.) había encontrado una fórmula para resolverun determinado sistema de n ecuaciones con n incógnitas. http://thales.cica.es/rd/Recursos/rd98/Matematicas/14/historia.html
Extractions: 1.1 Historia de las ecuaciones lineales. La primera fase, que comprende el periodo de 1700 a. de C. a 1700 d. de C., se caracterizó por la invención gradual de símbolos y la resolución de ecuaciones. Dentro de esta fase encontramos un álgebra desarrollada por los griegos (300 a. de C.), llamada álgebra geométrica , rica en métodos geométricos para resolver ecuaciones algebraicas. La introducción de la notación simbólica asociada a Viète (1540-1603), marca el inicio de una nueva etapa en la cual Descartes (1596-1650) contribuye de forma importante al desarrollo de dicha notación. En este momento, el álgebra se convierte en la ciencia de los cálculos simbólicos y de las ecuaciones. Posteriormente, Euler (1707-1783) la define como la teoría de los "cálculos con cantidades de distintas clases" (cálculos con números racionales enteros, fracciones ordinarias, raíces cuadradas y cúbicas, progresiones y todo tipo de ecuaciones).
Greek Democracy Chios Pappus Perseus Philon of Byzantium Plato Proclus Ptolemy Serenus SimpliciusThales Theodosius Theon of Alexandria Theon of Smyrna thymaridas Xenocrates. http://lilt.ilstu.edu/connections/greek_democracy.htm
Extractions: The Democratic foundation established by the ancient Greeks Abstract: Our integrated project blends the subjects of math and history. Since two of our group members never bothered to show up these are the only two subjects we will be covering, with the two history majors focusing on religion and government respectively. The math portion will focus on famous Greek mathematicians. With the help of a special education major, we will alter the plan to cater to the needs of special needs students. I plan to use the week to explain how the ancient Greeks introduced a democratic form of government. This was a revolutionary form of rule in a world of dictators and tyrants. Throughout the week the class will learn about the origins of Greek democracy and its prominent figures. We will then compare and contrast the Greek form of democracy to the one used in our own government. We will also be discussing the possible reasons why democracy failed in Greece and if it seems possible for the United States to suffer the same fate. Names and Majors of the Team Members: Subjects Integrated: Objectives: Upon completion of this lesson, participating students will be able to note five key similarities between the ancient Greek democracy and the democracy of the United States.
Extractions: Tabulae Ceratae Assendelftianae V. Aesopus y Babrius I d.C. Tacitus, Cornelius historicus ( Tac. Fisher, C.D., Oxford (OCT) Fisher, C.D., Oxford (OCT) II d.C. Tatianus apologeta ( Tat. Welles, C.B., PDura PTS Whittaker, M., Oxford ( OEChT V a.C. Teleclides comicus ( Telecl. Kassel, R. y Austin, C., PCG 7, p. 667. VI a.C.? Telegonia poema epicum ( Telegon PEG 1, p. 100. V. Procl. Cycl II d.C. Telephus historicus Jacoby, F., FGH n. 505. III a.C. Teles philosophus Hense, O., Tubinga 1909 (O) V a.C. Telesilla lyrica ( Telesill. Page, D., PMG , p. 372. V/IV a.C. Telestes lyricus ( Telest. Page, D., PMG , p. 419. Tellis historicus Jacoby, F., FGH n. 61. II d.C. Terentianus Maurus grammaticus latinus ( Ter.Maur. Keil, H., Gramm.Lat , 6, p. 313. II a.C. Terentius Afer, Publius comicus ( Ter. Kauer, R. y Lindsay, W., Oxford (OCT) Ad Adelphoe
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Extractions: Last revision: July 31, 1999 p-ADIC INTEGER was coined by Kurt Hensel (1861-1941) (Katz, page 824). PAIRWISE. An early use of this term is in Chowla, S.; Erdoes, Pal; Straus, E.G. On the maximal number of pairwise orthogonal latin squares of a given order, Canadian J. Math. 12, 204-208 (1960). PANGEOMETRY is the term Nicholas Lobachevsky (1796-1856) gave to his non-Euclidea geometry (Schwartzman, p. 157). PARABOLA was probably coined by Apollonius, who, according to Pappus, had terms for all three conic sections. Michael N. Fried says there are two known occasions where Archimedes used the terms "parabola" and "ellipse," but that "these are, most likely, later interpolations rather than Archimedes own terminology." Parabola is dated 1579 in MWCD10. PARABOLIC GEOMETRY. See hyperbolic geometry. PARACOMPACT. The term and the concept are due to J. Dieudonné (1906-1992), who introduced them in Une généralisation des espaces compacts , J. Math. Pures Appl., 23 (1944) pp. 65-76. A topological space X X is a Hausdorff space, and (ii) every open cover of
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Full Alphabetical Index Translate this page Thiele, Thorvald (91*) Thom, René (208*) Thomae, Johannes (99*) Thompson, D'ArcyW (479*) Thomson, William (300*) Thue, Axel (106*) thymaridas (155) Tibbon http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/4142/matematici.html
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Neue Seite 1 Translate this page Thompson, D'Arcy W. (1860 - 1948). Thomson, William (1824 - 1907). Thue, Axel (1863- 1922). thymaridas (um 400 - um 350 v. Chr.). Tibbon, Jacob (1236 - 1312). http://www.mathe-ecke.de/mathematiker.htm