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##### Algebra

Branch of mathematics in which the general properties of numbers are studied by using symbols, usually letters, to represent variables and unknown

##### Byron, Augusta Ada, Countess of Lovelace (1815 - 1852)

Place : England Subject : biography, physics English mathematician and writer who created the first program for Charles Babbage 's analytical engine -

##### Division

Division is the reverse, or undoing, of multiplication. Division is related to multiplication in the same way that subtraction is related to addition.

##### factor

In algebra, certain kinds of polynomials (expressions consisting of several or many terms) can be factorized using their common factors . Brackets are

##### Fractals

A term introduced in 1975 by the French mathematician B.B. Mandelbrot to describe geometric objects that, in a certain sense, have ‘fractional

##### fraction

[Lat.,=breaking], in arithmetic, an expression representing a part, or several equal parts, of a unit. In writing a fraction, e.g., 2/5 or 2/5, the

##### Geometry

Branch of mathematics concerned with the properties of space, usually in terms of plane ( two-dimensional , or 2D) and solid ( three-dimensional , or

##### Inequality

In mathematics, a statement that one quantity is larger or smaller than another, employing the symbols < and >. Inequalities may be solved by

##### Mathematics

deductive study of numbers, geometry, and various abstract constructs, or structures; the latter often "abstract" the features common to several

##### 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