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**Mathematicians who changed the world**

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**W R I T E R S**

SP - Inés Calvo Cristobal

SP - Gabriel Requejo de la Horra

SP - Jorge Esteban Sancho

SP - Javier García Martín

TR - YUSUF

TR - SEYYID

TR - MISLINA

TR - UMUT

TR - İSMAİL

TR - KAANTR

TR - BAYRAM

TR - BORAN

TR - MERT

TR - AZRA

TR - FURKAN

TR - SERHAT

TR - AYSEL

TR - ALİ EFE

TR - BATURAY BERKAY

TR - BİLGE KAAN

TR - MAHİZAN

SP - Gabriel Requejo de la Horra

SP - Jorge Esteban Sancho

SP - Javier García Martín

TR - YUSUF

TR - SEYYID

TR - MISLINA

TR - UMUT

TR - İSMAİL

TR - KAANTR

TR - BAYRAM

TR - BORAN

TR - MERT

TR - AZRA

TR - FURKAN

TR - SERHAT

TR - AYSEL

TR - ALİ EFE

TR - BATURAY BERKAY

TR - BİLGE KAAN

TR - MAHİZAN

TR - ALİ KAYRA

TR - RIFAT

TR - LEMAN

TR - ELA

TR - ELİFYAREN

TR - EYÜPEFE

TR - MERT

TR - ECEKAYRA

TR - AHMETYAHYA

TR - ASAFEYMEN

TR - YUSUFEFE

TR - NECLA

TR - MERT

TR - ENES TARIK

TR - ASLIHAN

TR - AYBERK

TR - NUMAN

TR - NİYAZİ

TR - BEGÜM

TR - HASAN

TR - ALİ RAFET

TR - RIFAT

TR - LEMAN

TR - ELA

TR - ELİFYAREN

TR - EYÜPEFE

TR - MERT

TR - ECEKAYRA

TR - AHMETYAHYA

TR - ASAFEYMEN

TR - YUSUFEFE

TR - NECLA

TR - MERT

TR - ENES TARIK

TR - ASLIHAN

TR - AYBERK

TR - NUMAN

TR - NİYAZİ

TR - BEGÜM

TR - HASAN

TR - ALİ RAFET

TR - GÖKÇE

TR - FATMAGÜL

TR - KADİRİYE

TR - BUSE

TR - HAVVA NUR

TR - FATMAGÜL

TR - KADİRİYE

TR - BUSE

TR - HAVVA NUR

INDEX.

Thales of Miletus (624–620 - 548–545 BC)______________

Pythagoras (570 - 490 BC) _____________________________

Euclid (325 - 265 BC) __________________________________

Archimedes (287- 212 BC) _____________________________

Eratosthenes (276 - 194 BC) ___________________________

Diophantus (200 - 284) ________________________________

Hypatia (355 - 415) ____________________________________

Muhammad ibn Musa Al-Khwarizmi (780 - 850) ________

Leonardo de Pisa - Fibonacci (1170-1240) ______________

Girolamo Cardano (1501 – 1576) _______________________

Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662) ____________________________

Gottfried Leibniz (1646 – 1716) _________________________

Sir Isaac Newton (1643 - 1727) _________________________

Leonhard Euler (1707 – 1783) __________________________

Joseph-Louis Lagrange (1736 – 1813) __________________

Sophie Germain (1776 - 1831) __________________________

Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777 - 1855) ______________________

Charles Babbage (1791 – 1871) _________________________

Ada Lovelace (1815 - 1852) ____________________________

Georg Cantor (1845 – 1918) ____________________________

David Hilbert (1862 - 1943) ____________________________

Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887 - 1920) ____________________

Emmy Noether (1882 - 1935) __________________________

Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955) __________________________

Von Neumann (1903 - 1957) __________________________

Alan Turing (1912 - 1954) _____________________________

Katherine Johnson (1918 - 2020) _______________________

Shakuntala Devi (1929 - 2013) _________________________

Maryam Mirzakhani (1977 - 2017) ______________________

Grigori Perelman (1966 - Present) ______________________

Terence Tao (1975 - Present) _________________________

Thales of Miletus (624–620 - 548–545 BC)______________

Pythagoras (570 - 490 BC) _____________________________

Euclid (325 - 265 BC) __________________________________

Archimedes (287- 212 BC) _____________________________

Eratosthenes (276 - 194 BC) ___________________________

Diophantus (200 - 284) ________________________________

Hypatia (355 - 415) ____________________________________

Muhammad ibn Musa Al-Khwarizmi (780 - 850) ________

Leonardo de Pisa - Fibonacci (1170-1240) ______________

Girolamo Cardano (1501 – 1576) _______________________

Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662) ____________________________

Gottfried Leibniz (1646 – 1716) _________________________

Sir Isaac Newton (1643 - 1727) _________________________

Leonhard Euler (1707 – 1783) __________________________

Joseph-Louis Lagrange (1736 – 1813) __________________

Sophie Germain (1776 - 1831) __________________________

Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777 - 1855) ______________________

Charles Babbage (1791 – 1871) _________________________

Ada Lovelace (1815 - 1852) ____________________________

Georg Cantor (1845 – 1918) ____________________________

David Hilbert (1862 - 1943) ____________________________

Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887 - 1920) ____________________

Emmy Noether (1882 - 1935) __________________________

Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955) __________________________

Von Neumann (1903 - 1957) __________________________

Alan Turing (1912 - 1954) _____________________________

Katherine Johnson (1918 - 2020) _______________________

Shakuntala Devi (1929 - 2013) _________________________

Maryam Mirzakhani (1977 - 2017) ______________________

Grigori Perelman (1966 - Present) ______________________

Terence Tao (1975 - Present) _________________________

Thales of Miletus (624–620 - 548–545 BC)

Thales of Miletus is one of the important philosophers of Ancient Greece. He was born in Miletus, Ionia, in 624/623 BC. Since he was one of the first philosophers, he is called the pioneer of philosophy and science. He is the first of the "Seven Sages" of ancient Greece.

It is rumored that he educated himself from Egyptian and Babylonian sources. Thales is known for his work in physics, astronomy and mathematics. One of his most important achievements in mathematics was his work on triangles. Thales' Theorem, which bears his name; It states that the sum of the squares of the two perpendicular sides of a righ triangle is equal to the square of the hypotenuse. (a^2 + b^2 = c^2) He laid the foundation of trigonometry, especially with his discovery of the ratios between similar triangles. He is also known for his work on calculating the perimeter and area of a circle.

Thales' achievements in the field of mathematics brought a new perspective to science and thought in the Ancient Greek world and deeply influenced the philosophers and mathematicians after him.

It is rumored that he educated himself from Egyptian and Babylonian sources. Thales is known for his work in physics, astronomy and mathematics. One of his most important achievements in mathematics was his work on triangles. Thales' Theorem, which bears his name; It states that the sum of the squares of the two perpendicular sides of a righ triangle is equal to the square of the hypotenuse. (a^2 + b^2 = c^2) He laid the foundation of trigonometry, especially with his discovery of the ratios between similar triangles. He is also known for his work on calculating the perimeter and area of a circle.

Thales' achievements in the field of mathematics brought a new perspective to science and thought in the Ancient Greek world and deeply influenced the philosophers and mathematicians after him.

Pythagoras (570 - 490 BC)

Pythagoras of Samos was one of the most famous thinkers of Ancient Ionia. Greek thinker and founder of Pythagoreanism. Pythagoras, who spread his political and religious teachings mostly in Magna Graecia, influenced first the philosophies of Plato and Aristotle and then the entire Western philosophy. Much of his life story is obscured by folk legends, but it is almost certain that he was the son of Mnesarchus, a gem carver from the island of Samos.

Its most popular proposition is the "Pythagorean theorem". Pythagoras and his students believed that everything was about mathematics, that numbers were the final truth, and that everything could be predicted and measured through mathematics.

Its most popular proposition is the "Pythagorean theorem". Pythagoras and his students believed that everything was about mathematics, that numbers were the final truth, and that everything could be predicted and measured through mathematics.

Euclid (325 - 265 BC)

Euclid is recognized as an ancient Greek mathematician known for his work in 'Euclidean Geometry.' He is believed to have lived in the 3rd century BC, and his most well-known work is the book called 'Elements.'

One of his greatest contributions was introducing a systematic and axiomatic approach to geometry. The book 'Elements' contains a series of theorems based on a set of axioms and definitions, solidifying the foundations of mathematics and serving as a fundamental resource for geometry studies.

The Pythagorean Theorem is commonly attributed to Euclid, yet it hasn’t been definitively proven to be his work.

Furthermore, Euclid proved several significant theorems, including the infinitude of prime numbers, contributing to fields such as geometry, number theory, and arithmetic. His contributions are considered pillars of mathematics and continue to have a profound impact on mathematical thought to this day.

One of his greatest contributions was introducing a systematic and axiomatic approach to geometry. The book 'Elements' contains a series of theorems based on a set of axioms and definitions, solidifying the foundations of mathematics and serving as a fundamental resource for geometry studies.

The Pythagorean Theorem is commonly attributed to Euclid, yet it hasn’t been definitively proven to be his work.

Furthermore, Euclid proved several significant theorems, including the infinitude of prime numbers, contributing to fields such as geometry, number theory, and arithmetic. His contributions are considered pillars of mathematics and continue to have a profound impact on mathematical thought to this day.