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61. The Pythagorean Theorem ancient civilizations. This famous theorem is named for the Greekmathematician and philosopher, Pythagoras. Pythagoras founded http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/emt669/Student.Folders/Morris.Stephanie/EMT.669/Essay  

62. Essay 1  Pythagorean Theorem Behnaz Rouhani. The Pythagorean theorem is one of the earliest theorems. This famoustheorem is named after the Greek mathematician and Philosopher, Pythagoras. http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/EMT668/EMAT6680.2002/Rouhani/Essay1/pythagorastheorem  

63. Fermat, Pierre De After many talented mathematicians over the period of hundreds of years failed toprove it, this famous theorem was recently proved by Andrew Wiles of Princeton http://occawlonline.pearsoned.com/bookbind/pubbooks/thomas_awl/chapter1/medialib  

64. WQO Theory For example, a famous theorem of WQO theory is Kruskal s theorem Finite treesare WQO under embeddability. We now consider a famous theorem of BQO theory. http://www.math.psu.edu/simpson/cta/problems/node8.html 
65. Chapter 11, 12 Pythagoras And His Theorem 97. 12. A famous THEOREM. Great mathematical discoveries were attributed tothis strange teacher, the most famous being the Pythagorean Theorem. http://www.anselm.edu/homepage/dbanach/pyth1.htm  

66. Fermat's Last Theorem In this way the famous Last theorem came to be published. It was found by Samuelwritten as a marginal note in his father s copy of Diophantus s Arithmetica. http://wwwgap.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/HistTopics/Fermat's_last_theorem.html  

67. Geometry Miracle http//www.cuttheknot.com/triangle/morley/index.html A discussionof Morley s famous theorem and the research of which it was a tiny part. http://www.directory.net/Science/Math/Geometry/  

68. Geometry Links Morley s Miracle A discussion of Morley s famous theorem and the researchof which it was a tiny part. 5 proofs are given including http://www.edinformatics.com/geometry.htm  

69. The Prime Number Theorem distribution of the primes. The theorem which we shall eventually proveis the famous theorem of Hadamard and de la VallÃ©e Poussin http://www.maths.ex.ac.uk/~mwatkins/zeta/pnt.htm  

70. IMATH Congruent Triangles After an introduction to the Pythagorean Theorem (often called the most famous theoremin mathematics ), students may be interested in exploring the internet http://www.k12.hi.us/~mathappl/im12tri.htm  

71. Mod Ex07 Logic Cl Rem 7. CVICENIE Z PREDMETU LOGIKA PRE pred Prime Prime(p) p = 2 \ax(Div(x,p)  x = 1 \/ x = p) rem \para We willnow prove the famous theorem of \ft Euclid \end asserting that to any numer http://delo.dcs.fmph.uniba.sk/2inf/clfanklub/cl2/ex/blank/ex07.cl  

72. Lakehead University  Agora  January 2004 another proof to the famous theorem was just another pattern, pushing the frontierof mathematics beyond its existing level, widening its base of knowledge. http://agora.lakeheadu.ca/pre2004/jan2004/02.html  

73. Lakehead University: Agora: January 2004 Adding another proof to the famous theorem was just another pattern, pushing thefrontier of mathematics beyond its existing level, widening its base of http://agora.lakeheadu.ca/pre2004/jan2004/print.htm  

74. Red Lion Stencils Famous Olde World Santas  Beautifully Detailed Theorems Click on image for larger view, scroll down to see more! The ChristmasHolidays bring lots of fun and merriment. Homes are decorated http://www.redlionstencils.com/olde world santas.htm  

75. Famous Computer Scientists Shannon s fundamental and very famous Theorem gives an upper bound to the capacityof a link, in bits per second (bps), as a function of the available http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/roger/Famous/eponymy_content.html  

76. History Of Computing Science: Blaise Pascal By the age of sixteen, Pascal had written his Treatise on Conic Sections, which includedhis famous theorem of hexagons (Pascal s Theorem), and presented it to http://lecture.eingang.org/pascal.html  

77. Blaise Pascal Pascal s famous theorem, also known as the Mystic Hexagram, states If any six sided,six angled figure is inscribed in any conic section, and the sides of the http://math.berkeley.edu/~robin/Pascal/theorem.html  

78. NewsScan Publishing Inc.  NewsScan Daily Archives About his most famous theorem, known as Fermat s last theorem, Fermat wrote inthe margin of his copy of the works of the 3rd century BC Greek geometer http://www.newsscan.com/cgibin/findit_view?table=honorary_subscriber&id=668 
79. Rinton Press  Publisher In Science And Technology often beaten in the annual CADE theoremproving contests, but it has the most mathematicalresults of any prover (although the most famous theoremprover result http://www.rintonpress.com/books/review/myers.html  

80. Graduate Papers Proofs are given of the impossibility of trisecting an angle with ruler and compass,and also the famous theorem of Galois, that quintic polynomials cannot be http://www.math.waikato.ac.nz/GradHBook/GraduateCourses.html  

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