Essay on Mathematician

Sir Isaac Newton

Sir Isaac Newton Jan 4 1643 – March 31 1727 On Christmas day by the georgian calender in the manor house of Woolsthorpe, England, Issaac Newton was born prematurely. His father had died 3 months before. Newton had a difficult childhood. His mother, Hannah Ayscough Newton remarried when he was just three, and he was […]

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Emmy Noether

When an individual considers famous work from past mathematicians’, men are generally the one’s that come to mind. Of course Emmy Noether was not a man, but proved that women can do the same work as men and excel in the same areas. During Noether’s era, she faced discrimination at the university level, but went […]

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Circumscribable Quadrilaterals

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1. 1 Introduction Geometry is one of the most interesting fields of mathematics. From the ancient times of the Greeks up to now, it has held captive the imagination of many mathematicians, artists, scientists, engineers and architects. Its application to modernization and technological advancement cannot be denied. Thus, it must be given […]

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Newton’s First Law of Motion

Newton’s First Law of Motion states that an object in motion tends to stay in motion in the same direction unless acted upon by an external force (or external influence). Base from this fact given by Sir Isaac Newton: regarding his First Law of Motion, it relates, as an example, in my actual experience in […]

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Benjamin Benneker

In 1791, astronomer, mathematician, and author, Benjamin Banneker, in his letter addressed to Thomas Jefferson argues about slavery. Banneker’s purpose was to persuade Jefferson of the injustice of slavery and alter his view on it. Banneker adopts a formal yet condemning tone in order to appeal to Jefferson’s sense of moral character. He also uses […]

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