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**Aryabhata**, a **mathematician**, calculated the value of pi to 4 places (3.14159) and the length of the solar year. ... Indian influence was used in art, architecture, and dance in South East Asia. 4. Hinduism was spread through traveling merchants and monks.

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List of **mathematicians**

Artin, Emil (Austria/Germany/USA, 1898 - 1962) - **mathematician**. **Aryabhata** (India, 476 - ) – astronomer ( digit 0 ) Arzachel (Arabia/Spain, 1028 - 1087) – **mathematician** / astronomer. Atwood, George (England, 1746 - 1807) – **mathematician** (accelerated motion)

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF INDIAN MATHEMATICS - eSamskriti

Knowledge of this period of mathematical history is still fragmentary, ... This includes **Aryabhata** I (500 CE) Brahmagupta (700 CE), Bhaskara I (900 CE), Mahavira ... The Swiss **mathematician** Leonhard Euler mistakenly assumed that the English **mathematician** John Pell was the first to formulate ...

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Indian **Mathematicians**

Indian Mathematicians Roll No. RAMANUJAN 1-5. **ARYABHATA** 6-10. BRAHMAGUPTA 11-15. SHAKUNTALA DEVI 16-20

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Mu Alpha Theta 2004 History of Math Test

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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India Quiz – Oct 2008 - Welcome to SILC ! - Home

**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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Introduction - South Dakota School of Mines Hardrockers

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) ... A Dutch **mathematician**, mechanician, physicist, ...

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The - Essay

We shall now notice how during the dark ages of Europe, the lead in the research of pi is passed to the East. **Aryabhata**, ... a German **mathematician** found pi to 10 billion places, a great leap from the biblical approximation of 3.

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MATHEMATICS - << Gandhi - Geeta Dhrma Sangh >> A Pulp of ...

Mathematics first arose from the practical need to measure time and to count. ... an Arab **mathematician**, ... **Aryabhata** calculated pi to a very accurate value of 3.1416, and Brahmagupta and Bhaskara II advanced the study of indeterminate equations.

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Math Projects: UNIT FOUR: DIVISION - Mrs. Clyne-Davis' Cool Class

This is your chance to show off your preferred learning style with designing your own division math project. You may ... This project asks the student to detail the life of a **mathematician**. ... **Aryabhata** . Bernouilli . Boole . Cantor . Cayley . Ceva . Cauchy. Descartes . Eratosthenes . Euclid ...

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Indian Firms Shift Focus to the Poor

Indian Firms Shift Focus to the Poor . By ERIC BELLMAN Wall Street Journal, 10/23/2009. MUMBAI -- Indian companies, long dependent on hand-me-down technology from developed nations, are becoming cutting-edge innovators as they target one of the world's last untapped markets: the poor.

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THE PEOPLE OF GOD AT WORSHIP. Sixth Sunday of the New Year February 11, 2007. Science and Religion Sunday. Invocation. LORD of All Creation ~ You have given us Life,

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Video: **Aryabhata**, the great Indian astronomer and **mathematician**. After you have read through each subheading, we will watch the video together in class. Author: Linda Flexon Created Date: 11/26/2013 11:00:00 Last modified by:

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Unit Name: - GeoGebra

Continued fraction is a type of number patterns that is not studied in secondary schools; however, ... The earliest evidence of continued fractions dates in the 6th century in the work of Indian **mathematician** **Aryabhata**.

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Visualizing Continued Fractions. Andrew Manembu. ... 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.

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In addition, “**Aryabhata**, the most famous **mathematician** of the Gupta Empire, was the first scientist known to use algebra” (World History). Mathematics and religion were both changed by members of ancient Indian civilization.

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What: you will research a **mathematician**, civilization, or mathematical theory and present it to the class! You may make a PowerPoint, ... **Aryabhata**. Galileo Galilei. Johannes Kepler . If you choose a person: When and where did the person live?

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WORLD HISTORY PRACTICE TEST QUESTIONS – EARLY MAN AND RIVER ...

Which ancient **mathematician** developed the concept of zero and basic algebra? A. Socrates B. **Aryabhata** C. Euclid D. Ibn Sina. 3. ... Which of the following is NOT a reason why Egypt’s location was important to its survival in its early history?

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Chapter 6 - Exploring Four Empires of Mesopotamia (pgs

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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Bible’s Pi - Pi Star India Bareilly | Homepage

Pi has very important applications not only in the field of Mathematics but also in Physics, Chemistry, ... (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), ...

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Mathematics is the science of numbers and there are several ...

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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Topic: Trigonometry. Guest: Marubini MS . Contact: ... and its properties were further documented by the 5th century Indian **mathematician** and astronomer **Aryabhata**.[6] These Greek and Indian works were translated and expanded by medieval Islamic mathematicians.

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How to apply for a research grant to an - Math TLC

These developments first occurred in the works of the Kerala **mathematician** Madhava and were subsequently elaborated on by his followers Nilakantha Somayaji, Jyesthadeva, Sankara Variyar and others between the 14th and 16th centuries .

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Class VIII. Mathematics. Topic: The Great Mathematicians and their Contributions. The students will take the **Mathematician** as per their roll numbers given below and work

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, **Aryabhata**(476–550 AD), collected and expanded upon the developments of the Siddhantas in an important work called the Aryabhatiya. ... was perhaps the first **mathematician** in Europe to treat trigonometry as a distinct mathematical discipline, [45]

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Ancient India. www.kidspast.com. Indus River Valley. people inhabited this area for thousands of years, _____ and _____ through _____ and _____, they were able to raise families and practice their religion

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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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Passage to China - San Fernando High School

The intellectual links between China and India, ... (672 to 717), "the greatest Chinese astronomer and **mathematician** of his ... See Howard Eves, An Introduction to the History of Mathematics (Saunders, sixth edition, 1990), p. 237. **Aryabhata**'s jya was translated into Chinese as ming and was ...

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History topic: A history of Zero - Mathematics Home Page

In around 500AD **Aryabhata** devised a number system which has no zero yet was ... Zero divided by a negative or positive number is either zero or is expressed as a fraction with zero as ... In 1247 the Chinese **mathematician** Ch'in Chiu-Shao wrote Mathematical treatise in nine sections which ...

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Ancient India. www.kidspast.com. Indus River Valley. people inhabited this area for thousands of years, hunting and gathering. through farming and agriculture, they were able to raise families and practice their religion

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**Aryabhata** is the author of several treatises on mathematics and astronomy, some of which are lost. His major work, Aryabhatiya, a compendium of mathematics and astronomy, was extensively referred to in the Indian mathematical literature and has survived to modern times.

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2000 Years - lancsngfl.ac.uk

1st Century AD The first census of the whole Roman Empire was carried out. ... The Hindus began work on the sines of angles and **Aryabhata** produced sine tables. ... 19th Century AD The English **mathematician** Charles Babbage produced mechanical calculating machines.

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2000 Years

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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In the field of education, some of the pioneering works in science and mathematics were also done in Bihar. **Aryabhata**, the famous **mathematician** was a resident of Patliputra in early fifth century.

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LENGTHS, AREAS AND VOLUMES - Wikispaces

There were errors in the work of **Aryabhata**. **Aryabhata**, born in 476 CE, was primarily an astronomer, but the third chapter of his text, ... Brahmagupta also was the first Indian **mathematician** to give the correct formula for the volume of a cone, V = 1/3 (area of base)(height) (Bag, 160).

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Basic Counting - University of Kentucky

... (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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Ancient India Study-guide

How to study for your Assessments: START EARLY – NOT THE NIGHT BEFORE THE TEST! Read through your . Study Guide multiple times, then cover up part of it and see if you can say it back without looking

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The Indian **mathematician** and astronomer **Aryabhata** used descriptive records regarding the movement of objects in the night sky to propose in the 6th century CE that the Sun was the center of the solar system. In the 9th century, ...

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Scientists: **Aryabhata** Varahamihira Ancient Mesopotamia/Palestine. Religious Figures. Baal Marduk Ashur Ishtar Tammuz Sin/Nanna Lilith Dagon ... Scientists: “Babylonian **Mathematician**” Babylonian Astronomer Kidinnu

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UNIT 3 SPECIFICITIES. Lesson 1 — What political factors from classical Greece have impacted the beliefs and values of . societies over time?

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Module 1: History of Computing and Computing Ethics

... such as **Aryabhata** (476–550 C.E.), Brahmagupta (598–670), and Bhaskaracharya (1114–1185), also described how to perform various computations. For example, they presented methods of ... The English **mathematician** Charles Babbage (1791–1871) was one of the true fathers of the modern ...

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The Ancient World. A study guide lists the content standards covered by the chapter, key terms, ... Who was **Aryabhata**? What contributions did this **mathematician** make? (6.5.7) 5.

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FAMOUS SCIENTISTS - Jeywin

... American scientist awarded Nobel Prize for medicine in 1958 for his work concerning the ... Under his dynamic leadership India entered Space Age by launching “**Aryabhata**”, a scientific ... Ramanujan, Srinivas: (1887-1920) Indian **mathematician** who contributed to the theory of ...

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A Conceptual Analysis of Trigonometric Functions

Trigonometry was originally used to show angles in the sky and the arc of circles; ... It is claimed that the Greek **mathematician** Hipparchus produced twelve books of the first known tables of chords in about 140 BC. ... **Aryabhata** in 500, produced sine tables, ...

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Begin it now.he has given to celebrate he example of **Aryabhata**. ... ,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 ... ABDUL KALAM is a true leader by inspiring young minds ...

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**Aryabhata** 1-7 . Bhaskara 8-14. Sriniws Ramanujam 15-21. Euclid 22-28. Archimedes 29-35. ... Let’s write a: “ **Mathematician**’s Biography” about yourself based on the following criteria: The first paragraph should introduce your biography.

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Brahmins

India ( Bharat ) is the motherland of Brahmins, who form the Hindu priestly class. Today, it is the abode of approximately 40 million of them.

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History of mathematics

**Aryabhata**. The Surya Siddhanta (c. 400) introduced the trigonometric functions of sine, cosine, and inverse sine, ... The Russian **mathematician** Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky and his rival, the Hungarian **mathematician** Janos Bolyai, ...

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Who was **Aryabhata**? What contributions did this **mathematician** make? (6.5.7) 5. ... History Alive! The Ancient World. For each question below, record notes that prepare you to answer it. 1. What problems contributed to the fall of the Roman Empire?

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Now coming to Astronomy, Aryabhatta (476-520 AD) a great **Mathematician** and Astromer, was of firm opinion that Eclipses appeared based on shadows ... swallowed the Sun! Many of us still stick to the Puranic version. **Aryabhata** had the last laugh when Modern India named its first Satellite ...

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