Cataldi Pietro Antonio Cataldi. Born 15 April 1548 in Bologna, ItalyDied 11 Feb 1626 in Bologna, Italy. Show birthplace location. http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Cataldi.html
Extractions: Pietro Cataldi was educated in Bologna although he does not seem to have attended the university there, rather he began teaching mathematics at the age of seventeen. He taught in Florence in the Academy of Design from 1569 until 1570 then he went to Perugia, in Umbria in central Italy. He taught mathematics both at the University of Perugia and also at the Academy of Design in Perugia until 1584. In 1584 Cataldi returned to Bologna were he taught mathematics and astronomy at the Studio di Bologna until his death. Cataldi wrote around 30 books on mathematics, and some on other topics. He wrote on arithmetic ( Practica aritmetica was written in four parts between 1606 and 1617), perfect numbers and algebra. He found square roots of numbers by use of an infinite series leading to an early investigation into continued fractions . This work on continued fractions appears in Trattato del modo brevissimo di trovar la radice quadra delli numeri (1613). His methods make precise some ideas which went back to
Pietro Cataldi Pietro Cataldi. 1548 1626. Start your search on Pietro Cataldi. Othereducational search engines Ask Jeeves for Kids - Britannica http://www.virtualology.com/virtualpubliclibrary/hallofeducation/Mathematics/Pie
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Extractions: 6. Scientific Disciplines: Magnetism; Natural Philosophy; Elc; Subordinate Disciplines: Mechanics. Cabeo is remembered partly because he was acquainted with Giovanni Battista Baliani, who experimented with falling weights, and wrote about Baliani's experiments. His interpretation that two different weights fall in the same length of time without regard to the medium became the indirect cause of other experiments conducted by Vincenzo Renieri. He experimented with pendulums. He published two major works, Philosophia magnetica (1629) and In quatuor libros meteorologicorum Aristotelis commentaria (1646), an anti-aristotelian work.
Public Online Translate this page 7 cataldi pietro - Professore Associato non confermato - L12B Letteratura italianamoderna e contemporanea Dipartimento di scienze umane Università per http://online.unisi.it/bandi/view_closed.asp?ID=239&A=3
Virtual Encyclopedia Of Mathematics felice cassini giovanni domenico castel louis bertrand castelnuovo guido castillonjohann catalan eugène charles cataldi pietro antonio cauchy augustin louis http://www.lacim.uqam.ca/~plouffe/Simon/supermath.html
Cataldi, Pietro Antonio Catalog of the Scientific Community. cataldi, pietro Antonio. Note the creators of the Galileo Project and this http://es.rice.edu/ES/humsoc/Galileo/Catalog/Files/cataldi.html
Extractions: Cataldi, Pietro Antonio Note: the creators of the Galileo Project and this catalogue cannot answer email on genealogical questions. 1. Dates Born: Bologna, 15 April 1552 Died: Bologna, 11 February 1626 Dateinfo: Dates Certain Lifespan: 2. Father Occupation: Unknown The only information is that Paolo Cataldi was a citizen of Bologna. No information on financial status. 3. Nationality Birth: Italy Career: Italy Death: Italy 4. Education Schooling: Bologna, Ph.D., M.D. Cataldi began teaching mathematics in 1567 at the age of seventeen. I assume that there had not been any university degree by that time and probably no university study. Note that he insisted on teaching in Italian. When he return to Bologna in 1584, he took doctorates (sic) in both medicine and philosophy that same year. To say the least, this is perplexing. (As I later found out, this was the standard Italian practice.) There is no trace of the medical degree either in his publications or in what is known of his life. I assume, as always in such cases, a B.A. or its equivalent.
The Largest Known Prime By Year: A Brief History by 1588 pietro cataldi had correctly verified that 2171 = 131071 and 219-1 = 524287 are both prime. http://www.utm.edu/research/primes/notes/by_year.html
Extractions: A Brief History Chris Caldwell The largest known prime today is the 4,053,946 digit Mersenne prime , but how big have the "largest known primes" been historically? When might we see the first billion digit bevaprime ? And historically, how have these primes been found? We will briefly discuss each of these questions below. Before Electronic Computers The Age of Electronic Computers Epilogue: Predictions Primes: Home Largest Proving How Many? ... Mailing List Many early writers felt (incorrectly) that if p was prime, then so was M p p -1. These numbers, now called the Mersenne Numbers , were the focus of most of the early searches for large primes. The early history of these numbers is strewn with many false claims of primality, even by such notables as Mersenne, Leibniz, and Euler. So we give credit to our first record holder with some doubt: by 1588 Pietro Cataldi had correctly verified that 2 -1 = 131071 and 2 -1 = 524287 are both prime.
Mathematicians In Richard S. Westfall's Archive Carcavi, Pierre de; Cardano, Girolamo; Cassini, Giovanni; cataldi,pietro; Cavalieri, Bonaventura; Ceva, Giovanni; Ceva, Tommaso; Clarke http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/External/Westfall_list.html
Cataldi Biography of pietro cataldi (15481626) pietro cataldi was educated in Bologna although he does not seem to have attended the university there, rather he began http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Cataldi.html
Extractions: Pietro Cataldi was educated in Bologna although he does not seem to have attended the university there, rather he began teaching mathematics at the age of seventeen. He taught in Florence in the Academy of Design from 1569 until 1570 then he went to Perugia, in Umbria in central Italy. He taught mathematics both at the University of Perugia and also at the Academy of Design in Perugia until 1584. In 1584 Cataldi returned to Bologna were he taught mathematics and astronomy at the Studio di Bologna until his death. Cataldi wrote around 30 books on mathematics, and some on other topics. He wrote on arithmetic ( Practica aritmetica was written in four parts between 1606 and 1617), perfect numbers and algebra. He found square roots of numbers by use of an infinite series leading to an early investigation into continued fractions . This work on continued fractions appears in Trattato del modo brevissimo di trovar la radice quadra delli numeri (1613). His methods make precise some ideas which went back to
Extractions: Continued fractions proved to be of profound importance in number theory. In his Arithmetica infinitorum (1655), Wallis gave an infinite product expansion for 4/p, and this was cleverly transformed by Brouncker into a continued fraction formula for the same quantity. A century later this was later used by Lambert to prove that p is an irrational number. The theory was further developed by Euler and Lagrange; the latter showed that any positive root of any polynomial equation can be expressed as a continued fraction. Cataldi (1552-1626) was educated in Bologna although he does not seem to have attended the university there. He began teaching mathematics at the age of seventeen. He taught in Florence in the Academy of Design from 1569 until 1570 then he went to Perugia, in Umbria in central Italy. He taught mathematics both at the University of Perugia and also at the Academy of Design in Perugia until 1584. In 1584 Cataldi returned to Bologna were he taught mathematics and astronomy at the Studio di Bologna until his death. Cataldi wrote around 30 books on mathematics, and some on other topics.
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Extractions: Previous (Alphabetically) Next Welcome page Pietro Cataldi was educated in Bologna although he does not seem to have attended the university there, rather he began teaching mathematics at the age of seventeen. He taught in Florence in the Academy of Design from 1569 until 1570 then he went to Perugia, in Umbria in central Italy. He taught mathematics both at the University of Perugia and also at the Academy of Design in Perugia until 1584. In 1584 Cataldi returned to Bologna were he taught mathematics and astronomy at the Studio di Bologna until his death. Cataldi wrote around 30 books on mathematics, and some on other topics. He wrote on arithmetic ( Practica aritmetica was written in four parts between 1606 and 1617), perfect numbers and algebra. He found square roots of numbers by use of an infinite series leading to an early investigation into continued fractions. This work on continued fractions appears in Trattato del modo brevissimo di trovar la radice quadra delli numeri (1613). His methods make precise some ideas which went back to
References For Cataldi References for the biography of pietro cataldi References for pietro cataldi. Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 19701990). http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Cataldi.html
Extractions: E Bertolotti, La scoperta delle frazioni continue, Bollettino della mathesis Cataldi, P.A., Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani S Maracchia, Estrazione di radice quadrata secondo Catald, Archimede P Riccardi, Biblioteca matematica italiana I (Modena, 1893), 302-310. Main index Birthplace Maps Biographies Index
Mathematics Brahmagupta. Callippus. Georg Cantor. Girolamo Cardano. pietro cataldi. AugustinLouis Cauchy. Arthur Cayley. Tsu Chung Chi. Nicolaus Copernicus. Eratosthenes ofCyrene. http://www.virtualology.com/virtualpubliclibrary/hallofeducation/Mathematics/
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Extractions: Romano Luperini (Lucca 1940), teacher of Italian Litterature at the University of Siena, director of the review "Allegoria. He has published several books of Theory of Litterature and Critics (e.g. on Verga and Montale): his most important essay is probably Allegory of Modern , 1990. He has also published a Handbook of Italian Litterature of Nineteenth Century ( The Twentieth Century , 1981) and an Anthology of Italian Litterature.
Le Riviste Di Critica Letteraria Translate this page 90139 Palermo, tel. 091 588850, fax 091 6111848 Redazione pietro cataldi,Loc. Lucerena 68, Casole d'Elsa 53031, tel. 0577 960136. http://www.alice.it/writers/prs.wri/critic.htm
Il Giardino Di Archimede Translate this page Genova, Marino, 1665. cataldi, pietro Antonio Due lettioni, dove si dimostra comesi trovi la grandezza delle superficie rettilinee . Bologna, Cochi, 1613. http://www.math.unifi.it/archimede/archimede/CD_rom/elenco_CD.html
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