Trang_tho_05 Translate this page hippocrates of chios Heralded the iconic birth of Plato. Euclids Elements aremonumental Hippocrates c?a Chios. D? doán ngày sinh bi?u tu?ng c?a Plato http://www.khoahoc.net/trang_tho_05.htm
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Chapter 16: Archimedes Among the earlier ones were Archytas of Tarentum, Plato s geometry teacher,hippocrates of chios, who tried to fit together all the rules, and Theodorus of http://www.anselm.edu/homepage/dbanach/arch.htm
Extractions: During the 4th century B.C., Greek geometry burst its bonds and went on to the tremendous discoveries of the "age of giants." And Greek culture, too, burst from the mainland of Hellas and spread to most of the eastern Mediterranean. Both developments were connected with the romantic figure of Alexander the Great. After Plato's time, teachers and alumni from the Academy had gone on to found schools of their own. In particular, Plato's most famous associate, the great philosopher Aristotle, had set up the Lyceum in Athens, and started the systematic classification of human knowledge. And Aristotle's most renowned pupil was the warrior king Alexander of Macedon, who tried to conquer the world. In thirteen years, Alexander extended his rule over Greece proper, and Ionia, Phoenicia, Egypt, and the vast Persian domains as far as India. Then he died, and his empire broke up. But throughout those far-flung lands, he had founded Greek cities and planted the seeds of Greek civilization-the Greek language, Greek art, and, of course, Greek mathematics. Mathematicians traveled with his armies. And there is even a
Famous Mathematicians. 1650 BC Pythagoras c.540 BC Hippocrates c.440 BC (that s hippocrates of chios,NOT the physician who lived around the same time). http://home.egge.net/~savory/maths6.htm
Extractions: If you ask people these days to name a famous mathematician, surveys show the most popular answer to be Albert Einstein . Einstein himself used to like to quote Sir Isaac Newton's famous humble line "If I have seen further than other men, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." So I asked myself, who were these giants, i.e. famous pre-Einstein mathematicians. Here's the list of the top 100 or so, sorted chronologically. How many do you know? That means you can state what they were famous for, off the cuff, no googling! If you score below 30 you need to do some revision :-) Ahmes c. 1650 B C Pythagoras c.540 BC Hippocrates c.440 BC (that's Hippocrates of Chios, NOT the physician who lived around the same time). Plato c.430-c.349 BC Hippias c.425 BC Theaetetus c.417-369 BC Archytas c.400 B C Xenocrates 396-314 BC Theodorus c.390 BC Aristotle 384-322 BC Menaechmus c.350 BC Euclid c.300 BC Archimedes c.287-212 BC Nicomedes c.240 BC Eratosthenes Gauss , Karl Friedrich 1777-1855 Brianchon, Charles c.1783-1864 Binet, Jacques-Philippe-Marie 1786-1856 Möbius, August Ferdinand 1790-1868 Babbage, Charles 1792-1871 Laine, Gabriel 1795-1870 Steiner, Jakob 1796-1863 de Morgan, Augustus 1806-1871 Liouville, Joseph 1809-1882 Shanks, William 1812-1882 Catalan, Eugene Charles 1814-1894 Hermite, Charles 1822-1901 Riemann, Bemard 1826-1866 Venn, John 1834-1923 Lucas, Edouard 1842-1891 Cantor, George 1845-1918 Lindemann, Ferdinand 1852-1939 Hilbert, David 1862-1943 Lehmer, D. N. 1867-1938 Hardy, G. H. 1877-1947 Ramanujan, Srinivasa 1887-1920
Math History - Pre-historic And Ancient Times About 440BC, hippocrates of chios writes the Elements which is the first compilationof the elements of geometry. About 425BC, Theodorus of Cyrene shows http://lahabra.seniorhigh.net/pages/teachers/pages/math/timeline/MpreAndAncient.
Extractions: Prehistory and Ancient Times Middle Ages Renaissance Reformation ... External Resources About 30000BC Palaeolithic peoples in central Europe and France record numbers on bones. About 25000BC Early geometric designs used. About 4000BC Babylonian and Egyptian calendars in use. About 3400BC The first symbols for numbers, simple straight lines, are used in Egypt. About 3000BC Babylonians begin to use a sexagesimal number system for recording financial transactions. It is a place-value system without a zero place value. About 3000BC Hieroglyphic numerals in use in Egypt. About 3000BC The abacus is developed in the Middle East and in areas around the Mediterranean. A somewhat different type of abacus is used in China. About 1950BC Babylonians solve quadratic equations.
Hippias [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy] The lunules of hippocrates of chios belong to it, and Hippias, the universalgenius, could not be left behind here. He invented the curve still known as the http://www.utm.edu/research/iep/h/hippias.htm
Extractions: A Greek sophist of Elis and a contemporary of Socrates. He taught in the towns of Greece, especially at Athens. He had the advantage of a prodigious memory, and was deeply versed in all the learning of his day. He attempted literature in every form which was then extant. He also made the first attempt in the composition of dialogues. In the two Platonic dialogues named after him ( Hippias Major and Hippias Minor ), he is represented as excessively vain and arrogant.
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Dictionary Of The History Of Ideas hippocrates of chios (fifth century BC) had also written an Elements, a workunfortunately lost; but we know that he had attempted http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/cgi-local/DHI/dhi.cgi?id=dv1-24
Phenomenon Of Science: Chap. 10 430 BC hippocrates of chios (not to be confused with the famous doctor Hippocratesof Kos). He was considered the most famous geometer of his day. http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/POS/Turchap10.html
Extractions: From Thales to Euclid polis ). The concept of proof already existed; it was a socially significant reality. All that remained was to transfer it to the field of mathematics, which was done as soon as the Greeks became acquainted with the achievements of the ancient Eastern civilizations. It must be assumed that a certain part here was also played by the role of the Greeks as young, curious students in relation to the Egyptians and Babylonians, their old teachers who did not always agree with one another. In fact, the Babylonians determined the area of a circle according to the formula 3 r , while the Egyptians used the formula (8/9 2 r . Where was the truth? This was something to think about and debate. The creators of Egyptian and Babylonian mathematics have remained anonymous. The Greeks preserved the names of their wise men. The first, Thales of Miletus, is also the first name included in the history of science. Thales lived in the sixth century B.C. in the city of Miletus on the Asia Minor coast of the Aegean Sea. One date in his life has been firmly established: in 585 B.C. he predicted a solar eclipseunquestionable evidence of Thales's familiarity with the culture of the ancient civilizations, because the experience of tens and hundreds of years is required to establish the periodicity of eclipses. Thales had no Greek predecessors, and could therefore only have taken his knowledge of astronomy from the scientists of the East. Thales, the Greeks assert, gave the world the first mathematical proofs. Among the propositions (theorems) proved by him they mention the following:
Earliest Uses Of Symbols From Geometry and planes by a letter or letters was in vogue among the ancient Greeks andhas been traced back to hippocrates of chios (about 440 BC) (Cajori vol. http://members.aol.com/jeff570/geometry.html
Extractions: Earliest Uses of Symbols from Geometry Last revision: August 26, 2001 Lettering of geometric figures. The designation of points, lines, and planes by a letter or letters was in vogue among the ancient Greeks and has been traced back to Hippocrates of Chios (about 440 B. C.) (Cajori vol. 1, page 420, attributed to Moritz Cantor). Lettering of triangles. Richard Rawlinson in a pamphlet prepared at Oxford sometime between 1655 and 1668 used A, B, C for the sides of a triangle and a, b, c for the opposite angles. In his notation, A was the largest side and C the smallest (Cajori vol. 2, page 162). Leonhard Euler and Thomas Simpson reintroduced this scheme many years later, Euler using it in 1753 in (Cajori vol 2., page 162). Euler used capital letters for the angles. In 1866, Karl Theodor Reye (1838-1919) proposed the plan of using capital letters for points, lower case letters for lines, and lower case Greek letters for planes in a remarkable two-volume work on geometry, Die Geometrie der Lage (Cajori vol. 1, page 423).
The Five Squarable Lunes hippocrates of chios was the first to demonstrate such quadratures (around 440BC) for lunes. It turns out that only five particular lunes can be http://www.mathpages.com/home/kmath171.htm
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PPE - Working Class Encyclopedia H2 hippocrates of chios (c430 BC) Greek mathematician. First to compile elements ofgeometry. PRS. HIPPOCRATES of Cos (c460377) The Greek physician http://www.embassy.org.nz/encycl/h2encyc.htm
Untitled Document with the specific restriction that only compass and straightedge should beused, was hippocrates of chios (440 BC) He was able to show that the area of http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/emt668/EMT668.Folders.F97/Patterson/EMT 669/Lunes/Lun
Extractions: Squaring the Circle " or " Quadrature of the Circle refers to a geometrical problem of antiquity. The problem was if you were given a circle of known area, could you create a square of the same area using only a compass and straightedge. "One of the earliest Greek mathematicians to attempt to treat the problem of the "quadrature of the circle" in pure geometric form, with the specific restriction that only compass and straightedge should be used, was Hippocrates of Chios (440 B.C.) He was able to show that the area of certain lunes (cresent-shaped figures formed by two intersecting arcs) could be represented exactly by trianglular (and hence rectangular) areas. For example, if AOB is a quadrant of a circle and AB is the diameter of a semicircle lying outside the quadrant, then the lune bounded by the semicircle and the quadrant has the same area as triangle AOB. His success with such special cases led him to suppose that he could eventually draw a polygon and hence a square whose area is exactly that of a circle." (P150 NCTM Yearbook #31) In 1882 Ferdinand Lindemann, modelling his proof after Hermite, proved that pi, also, is a transcendental number. No transcendental number is constructible, therefore Lindemann's result settled the famous problem concerning the possibility of "squaring the circle".
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Extractions: Home Page A Fugue Across 25 Centuries - Doubling of the Line, Square, and Cube - Menaechmus' Discovery ... From Fermat to Gauss From the Vol.1 No.25 issue of Electronic Intelligence Weekly Hyperbolic Functions: A Fugue Across 25 Centuries by Bruce Director (This pedagogical exercise is part of an ongoing series on ``Riemann for Anti-Dummies.'' See for example EIR April 12, 2002 and May 3, 2002 When the Delians, circa 370 B.C., suffering the ravages of a plague, were directed by an oracle to increase the size of their temple's altar, Plato admonished them to disregard all magical interpretations of the oracle's demand and concentrate on solving the problem of doubling the cube. This is one of the earliest accounts of the significance of pedagogical, or spiritual, exercises for economics. Some crises, such as the one currently facing humanity, require a degree of concentration on paradoxes that outlasts one human lifetime. Fortunately, mankind is endowed with what LaRouche has called, ``super-genes,'' which provide the individual the capacity for higher powers of concentration, by bringing the efforts of generations past into the present. Exemplary is the case of Bernhard Riemann's 1854 habilitation lecture, On the Hypotheses that Underlie the Foundations of Geometry
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