17 Topic Pages Found in Mathematics
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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 &lt; and &gt;. 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