Presentation on theme: "Ish. Math Wheel of Fortune AXELMPE Inside of a classroom AXELMPE AXELMPE AXELMPE 400400 + M = 400 300300 + E = -250+600=350 (750 total) 100100 + P =100."— Presentation transcript:
Math Wheel of Fortune
AXELMPE Inside of a classroom AXELMPE AXELMPE AXELMPE M = E = =350 (750 total) P =100 Estimate? Example? AXELMPE 0 100
G IV EME A PLA C E TOSTANDANDI WI L L M OVE T HE EART H Think seesaw
Archimedes B.C. Greek Mathematician Famous for many things, most notably his: Discovery of the (second?) law of hydrostatics Archimedean Screw Defense of Syracuse
Rene Descartes 1596 – 1650 French Mathematician Most famous for the Cartesian Plane Introduced the coordinate system for geometry Also well known in philosophy (I think therefore I am)
IAEVHADHMY ESLRTUSRFOA GNLO EIMTTUBIDO NTOETYNWOK WHO : I AEIVRRATHTEM What was that recipe again?
Carl Friedrich Gauss
H IFIAEVHENBEAELB TOESEEHRTUFIT ASW, NLYOACESUB I SDTOONOEHT E ESDLRUO FO A S NIT S G While Kenshin is off fighting the Mummy Man, the rest are defending the town from ….
Sir Isaac Newton 1642 – 1727 Discovered Calculus While alive, the center of the mathematical world was where Sir Newton stood – Men of Mathematics (paraphrased) Remarkable contributions to analysis, combinatorics, discrete mathematics, numerical methods, geometry, number theory, and physics. Viewed his greatest achievement as having lived a long life whilst still a virgin.
B OK IDWLUOEILKTO ELRTOHTETHANM WOHEWRTO SI T H O T Every student, everywhere.
Hermann Klaus Hugo Weyl 1885 – 1955 One of the most influential mathematicians of the twentieth century – Wikipedia Contributions to Analysis, Topology, Representation theory, number theory, and the foundations of mathematics.
WECANNOTPROVE … GEOMETRICAL TRUTHSBY ARIHTMETIC The original split
Aristotle 384 B.C. – 322 B.C. Greek Mathematician among other things Most famous for his contributions in fields other than mathematics
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