BookRags - Mar 25, 2010
While most of the great Greek mathematicians throughout history concentrated on the study of geometry, Diophantus focused on algebra, particularly the...
Encyclopedia - Feb 18, 2021
One of the later Greeks to write on algebraic topics was Diophantus (c. a.d. 210-c. 290), who was affiliated with the famous library at Alexandria about the...
Britannica - Aug 18, 2020
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InfoPlease - May 14, 2017
Finding commensurate values of squares, cubes, triangles etc. or the sum of a given number of squares which is itself a square; or a certain number of...
Encyclopedia - Feb 24, 2021
Alfonso X (1221-1284) was king of Castile and León from 1252 to 1284. Also known as Alfonso the Wise, he was one of the greatest royal patrons of learning of...
Semantic Scholar - May 07, 2020
By contrast, the arithmetic of rational numbers was known in essentially its modern form to Diophantus in the Third Century (Heath, 1910; Klein, 1968) and...
Psychology Today - Jan 20, 2021
A well-known anecdote is told about the great mathematician Archimedes. While he was about to take a bath, he suddenly realized that the volume of water...
Britannica - Apr 11, 2013
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ITU - Aug 08, 2020
Ian F. Akyildiz received his BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, in 1978, 1981...
BookRags - Feb 21, 2010
Little is known about the life of the Greek mathematician Diophantus. However, his work led to one of the greatest mathematical challenges of all time,...
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