Aryabhata, a mathematician, calculated the value of pi to 4 places (3.14159) and the length of the solar year. E. Medicine: 2 important medical guides were compiled classifying nearly 1000 diseases and another describing more than 500 medicinal plants .
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This includes Aryabhata I (500 CE) Brahmagupta (700 CE), Bhaskara I (900 CE), Mahavira (900 CE), Aryabhatta II ... The Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler mistakenly assumed that the English mathematician John Pell was the first to formulate the equation, ...
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History of Math Test. For all questions, answer E. NOTA means none of the above answers is correct. 1. Which Greek mathematician developed a fairly accurate estimate for the circumference
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ARYABHATA, is the name of a great Indian Mathematician (Some folks identified ARYABHATA as an Indian Astronomer – we have accepted that answer also) India’s First Moon Mission is called - Chandra Yaan 1 (Moon Craft 1)
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The Indian mathematician Aryabhata (d. 550 AD) used a continued fraction to solve a linear indeterminate equation. Two men from the city of Bologna, Italy, Rafael Bombelli (b. c.1530) and Pietro Cataldi (1548-1626) also contributed to this field.
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Aryabhata, working on his own in Persia without any outside information in 515 AD was able to approximate pi to 3 decimal places. A mathematician from Baghdad named Al’Khwarizimi worked with pi however the most accurate finding of pi to date was found even more east in Samarkand by Al-Khashi.
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Aryabhata. (476-550?). Indian astronomer and the earliest Hindu mathematician whose work and history are available to modern scholars. ... Swiss mathematician and physicist, born in Basel; wrote on problems of acoustics; worked in differential equations ...
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Reporting on a Mathematician Summary: This project asks the student to detail the life of a mathematician. It is ... Aryabhata . Bernouilli . Boole . Cantor . Cayley . Ceva . Cauchy. Descartes . Eratosthenes . Euclid . Euler . Fermat . Fourier . Galois . Gauss . Gödel . Hamilton. Hariot .
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Around 550AD, the Indian mathematician Aryabhata used a continued fraction to solve a linear equation. However, he only used continued fractions in specific examples and never generalized his method. For over a thousand years, ...
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The earliest evidence of continued fractions dates in the 6th century in the work of Indian mathematician Aryabhata. More recent mathematicians like John Wallis, William Brouncker, Christiaan Huygens, Gauss, ...
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Which ancient mathematician developed the concept of zero and basic algebra? A. Socrates B. Aryabhata C. Euclid D. Ibn Sina. 3. A _____ religion is the belief in one god. A. Henotheistic B. Polytheistic C. Monotheistic D. Theistic. 4. Which of ...
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Who was Aryabhata? B What contributions did this mathematician make? (6.5.7) 5. a. What improvements did the Guptas make to India’s roadways? b.What impact did these improvements have on the empire? (6.5.7) 6th Grade: Ancient History Class
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... which many believe was invented by Indian mathematician Aryabhata in the sixth century. Indian banks already are using his system to open millions of new accounts. The running cost of his "branches" is about $50 a month to serve hundreds of people daily.
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(Blatner, 25) Soon after, the Hindu mathematician Aryabhata gave the 'accurate' value 62,832/20,000 = 3.1416 (as opposed to Archimedes' 'inaccurate' 22/7 which was frequently used), but he apparently never used it, nor did anyone else for several centuries.
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was a mathematician and inventor from ancient Greece, ... was invented by the Hindu mathematicians Aryabhata and Varamihara in India around or shortly after the year 520 A.D. Math Symbol = In 1557, the = sign first used by Robert Record.
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... and its properties were further documented by the 5th century Indian mathematician and astronomer Aryabhata. These Greek and Indian works were translated and expanded ... One of the earliest works on trigonometry by a European mathematician is De Triangulis by the 15th century German ...
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These developments first occurred in the works of the Kerala mathematician Madhava and were subsequently elaborated on by his followers Nilakantha Somayaji, ... by n so that he can use the approximation n(n + 1) ( n2 . Methodological similarities between the mathematics of Aryabhata school, ...
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Trigonometry is a field of mathematics first compiled by 2nd century BCE by the Greek mathematician ... , Aryabhata's table of sines were translated into the ...
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D. Aryabhata was a mathematician who lived during the Gupta. dynasty. He was one of the first scientists to use algebra. turn Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. DAILY LECTURE AND DISCUSSION NOTES 6-3 (continued)
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In around 500AD Aryabhata devised a number system which has no zero yet was a positional system. ... An important link between the Hindu-Arabic number system and the European mathematics is the Italian mathematician Fibonacci.
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As a mathematician who happened to be also a Tantrist, Yi Xing dealt with a variety of analytical and computational problems, ... through the translation into Arabic of Aryabhata, Varahamihira, and Brahmagupta, among others.
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Aryabhata mentions in the Aryabhatiya that it was composed 3,600 years into the Kali Yuga, when he was 23 years old. Aryabhata provides no information about his place of birth. ... Mathematician Bruce C. Berndt, ...
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The Hindus began work on the sines of angles and Aryabhata produced sine tables. 6th Century AD The Hindus began to use a circle or a dot to represent zero. 7th Century AD ... The English mathematician Charles Babbage produced mechanical calculating machines.
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Aryabhata, the famous mathematician was a resident of Patliputra in early fifth century. The work done by Aryabhata was crucial to the development of both mathematics as well as astronomy.
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According to the records of the Chin Dynasty, the Chinese mathematician Liu Hui revised the Nine Chapters and added his own commentary in 263 CE. ... Aryabhata, born in 476 CE, was primarily an astronomer, but the third chapter of his text, the Aryabhatiya, ...
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... (for instance they appear in the Indian Aryabhata in the 6th century and the 16th century Italian mathematicians Rafael Bombelli and Pietro Cataldi found the ... In the 17th century mathematician and astronomer Christiaan Huygens applied continued fractions to the problem of finding ...
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... such as Aryabhata (476–550 C.E.), Brahmagupta (598–670), and Bhaskaracharya (1114–1185), also described how to perform various computations. For ... Early work in this field was done by the German mathematician Gottfried Leibniz (1646–1715) and by the English mathematician ...
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Who was Aryabhata? What contributions did this mathematician make? (6.5.7) 5. What improvements did the Guptas make to India’s roadways? What impact did these improvements have on the empire? (6.5.7) Timeline Label and illustrate a timeline with the events listed below.
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Under his dynamic leadership India entered Space Age by launching “Aryabhata”, a scientific satellite, into space on April 19, 1975 ... Ramanujan, Srinivas: (1887-1920) Indian mathematician who contributed to the theory of numbers, theory of partitions, and the theory of continued ...
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It is claimed that the Greek mathematician Hipparchus produced twelve books of the first known tables of chords in about 140 BC. These books sadly didn’t survive. ... Aryabhata in 500, produced sine tables, which were actually thought to be half chords.
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Begin it now.he has given to celebrate he example of Aryabhata. He was born in 476 AD in Kusumpura(now called patna),was an astronomer and mathematician.He was only 23 years old when he wrote Aryabhatiyam in two parts.The text covers arithmetic,algebra and trigonometry and of course astronomy.
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Who was Aryabhata? What contributions did this mathematician make? (6.5.7) 5. What improvements did the Guptas make to India’s roadways? What impact did these improvements have on the empire? (6.5.7) C. Timeline: Label and illustrate a timeline with the events listed below.
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499 Aryabhata I: Aryabhatiya uses a complicated decimal positional systems with letters for digits. ... c860 An Imperial Academy is refounded at Istanbul under Leo the Mathematician. 863 Cyril and Methodius bring Christianity to Moravia and create the Cyrillic alphabet for Slavic languages.
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Basic General Knowledge Book2012Jai Kumar GuptaBRILLIANT PUBLIC SCHOOL, SITAMARHI, BIHAR, INDIA13/09/2012. Basic General Knowledge Book. 2012. Jai Kumar Gupta
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Diophantus (3rd century AD), sometimes called "the father of algebra", was an Alexandrian Greek mathematician and the author of a ... in India the numerals now used throughout the civilized world were invented and contributions to geometry were made by Aryabhata and Brahmagupta (5th and ...
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... December 22, that marks the birth anniversary of the renowned Indian mathematician Shri Sriniwas Ramanujan. ... Aryabhata and Brahmagupta so as to encourage and nurture the glorious tradition of honing the students’ mathematical knowledge. ...
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ISBN 1-58371-351-4 (Title page) History Alive! The Ancient World. Student Edition. TCI. Teachers’ Curriculum Institute. Page v. Welcome to History Alive!
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[Aryabhata's] direct pupil, [Prabhakara] (sixth century A.D.), has mentioned seven inauspicious [yogas] (six of which can be identified in the series of 27 yogas) as seen from a quotation by [Sankaranarayana] in his commentary on the ...
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Nous verrons que, contrairement à ce qu’on observe dans les autres ouvrages mathématiques indiens, y compris chez Aryabhata, qui énonce simplement les formules, ... Hermite’s pupil was a very well known mathematician in Europe.
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The French mathematician Paul Choisnaurd investigated the horoscopes of 119 persons of great intellectuals. His investigations revealed that in none of these cases, the Moon was to be found in the sign of Scorpio.
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Anadi Sankar Gupta - Noted mathematician. Faculty at IIT Kgp Abid Hussain - Padma Bhushan 1988. ... of the Indian Space Research Organisation which started the journey in 1975 with the launch of its first satellite 'Aryabhata.'It was PSLV's 21st consecutively successful flight.
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Aryabhata(with soviet Help) (1975)1st launch with Indian-made launch vechile--SLV-3(1980) Chandrayaan-1 ... the mathematician and a Gandhian activist diedDaimler India launched 3 BharatBenz TrucksCairn Energy sold 8 percent stake in Cairn India ...
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... and they appear to have been understood even by Aryabhata, more ancient by several centuries than either. A long series of scholiasts display in their annotations great acuteness, intelligence, and judgement; ...
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THE SYNTHESIS OF SCIENCE, RELIGION, AND PHILOSOPHY. by H. P. BLAVATSKY, Author of "ISIS UNVEILED." "There is no Religion higher than Truth." Vol.
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Koshy, p. 242, asserts that Mark Barr, an American mathematician, introduced the symbol φ (from Phidias) for the Golden Ratio, (1 + (5)/2, about 1900, but he gives no reference.
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The mathematician will tell us that the infinitude of the numbers exists but is not to be demonstrated. God is a Number endowed with motion, which is felt but not demonstrated. As Unity, it begins the Numbers, with which it has nothing in common. . . . . The ...
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Aryabhata(s Rule and Table for Sine-Differences // Historia Mathematica, vol. 24, November 1997. P. 396-406. ... Von Neumann was a brilliant mathematician who was the major figure in the Manhattan Project and later an active public figure.
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Aryabhata the Elder ^ Ian G. Pearce. Bhaskaracharya II. ^ Victor J. Katz (1995). "Ideas of Calculus in Islam and India", ... a Mathematician's Journey into the World of Mechanics, Ch. 1: The Tools of Calculus", Princeton Univ. Press, 2004. Cliff Pickover.
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India Cooperation. 1AC – Inherency 4. 1AC – Space Industry 5. 1AC – China 10. 1AC – India 13. 1AC – Solvency 17 ***Topicality*** 17. India Co-op = Development 18
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