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Can you write down 10 mathematician name here ?

Asked by DhRuV,
06 Apr '11 07:38 pm

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# Carl F. Gauss

# Archimedes of Syracuse

# Isaac Newton

# Leonhard Euler

# Euclid of Alexandria

# Bernhard Riemann

# Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

# Joseph-Louis Lagrange

# Henri Poincar

# Pierre de Fermat ...more

# Archimedes of Syracuse

# Isaac Newton

# Leonhard Euler

# Euclid of Alexandria

# Bernhard Riemann

# Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

# Joseph-Louis Lagrange

# Henri Poincar

# Pierre de Fermat ...more

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Answered by anantharaman, 06 Apr '11 07:42 pm
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Ren Descartes: Most known for contribution to the coordinate plane. In fact, it is sometimes referred to as the Cartesian coordinate because of Descartes.

Albert Einstein: Perhaps the most famous known scientist of all time. His theories on relativity were groundbreaking and are still used today.

Leonhard Euler: Well known for his contributions to mathematical vocabulary and notation. In particular, he is consider the founder of function notation.

Fibonacci: His given name is Leonardo of Pisa. He is most known the number sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21,... which was eventually named after him as the Fibonacci Numbers.

Carl Friedrich Gauss: Considered a child prodigy that eventually realized his true potential. He made monumental contributions in the areas of set theory, statistics, and many others.

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Answered by jameel ahmed, 06 Apr '11 07:42 pm
Albert Einstein: Perhaps the most famous known scientist of all time. His theories on relativity were groundbreaking and are still used today.

Leonhard Euler: Well known for his contributions to mathematical vocabulary and notation. In particular, he is consider the founder of function notation.

Fibonacci: His given name is Leonardo of Pisa. He is most known the number sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21,... which was eventually named after him as the Fibonacci Numbers.

Carl Friedrich Gauss: Considered a child prodigy that eventually realized his true potential. He made monumental contributions in the areas of set theory, statistics, and many others.

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I know only Aarya bhatta ! who worked in mathematics

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aryabhata

Answered by Vilas Deshpande, 07 Aug '11 03:08 pm
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Pytharoras

ramanujan

aryabhatta

ramanujan

aryabhatta

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Answered by simon waaras, 06 Apr '11 07:39 pm
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