Blaise Pascal Cartas Provinciales o Lettres Provinciales, Colecciï¿½n la Crï¿½tica Literaria Por el Cï¿½lebre Crï¿½tico Literario Juan Bautista Bergua, Edici
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French Mathematician Blaise Pascal did much to set in motion what is known today as modern mathematics. An unusually creative mathematician, he developed a number of theorems and mathematical structures, including the beginnings of probability theory and a more sophisticated understanding of the geometry of conic structures. At the age of 16, Pascal wrote a brilliant paper on conics; the paper consisted of one single printed page on which he states his major theorem - the opposite sides of any hexagon inscribed in a cone intersect in a straight line. This theorem led Pascal to develop several hundred related theorems in geometry. Pascal's activities, however, were not confined to pure More...
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