Usually, a square filled with rows of numbers so arranged that the total is the same whether the figures are added up horizontally, vertically or
Mandelbrot, Benoit B.
Place : United States of America Subject : biography, maths and statistics Polish-born French mathematician who coined the term ‘fractal’ to describe
transfer of the features of the surface of the earth or another spherical body onto a flat sheet of paper. Only a globe can represent accurately the
deductive study of numbers, geometry, and various abstract constructs, or structures; the latter often "abstract" the features common to several
Math & Science
Science education deals with the learning and teaching of science knowledge, practices, habits of mind, discourse patterns, and their relation to
Maxwell, James Clerk (1831 - 1879)
Place: United Kingdom, Scotland Subject : biography, physics Scottish physicist who discovered that light consists of electromagnetic waves and
determination of the magnitude of a quantity by comparison with a standard for that quantity. Quantities frequently measured include time, length,
Median is a descriptive statistic that researchers commonly use to characterize the data from their studies. Along with the mean (average) and mode,
integrated circuit containing the arithmetic, logic, and control circuitry required to interpret and execute instructions from a computer program .
Milne, (Edward) Arthur (1896 - 1950)
English astrophysicist and mathematician. He formulated a theory of relativity which he called kinematic relativity, parallel to Albert Einstein 's