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What inspired Galileo to like math?
Galileo Galilei is one of the most famous astronomers in history. One of his major accomplishments was the improvements he made to the telescope. Galileo is known for grea…tly advancing the scientific revolution.
Galileo enjoyed many things. Such as drawing and painting, playing his lute with his father, inventing, and many more.
yes... he loved math but was horrible at spelling
Galileo was inspired by 'philosophy of Aristotle.' The 'philosophy of Aristotle' was the concept that the earth was round. This idea intrigued him to the point of creating the… telescope to find proof of either the earths sphere-like shape or evidence against it.
Galileo has red hair dark eyes and a beard
Galileo was famous for inventing the thermometer, perfecting the telescope and for experimenting with gravity and pendulums (which influenced Newton's laws of motion). He als…o dropped all Aristotelian talk of WHY things moved, and thought more about HOW things move, through painstaking observations and measurements. Galileo also thought of things such as time, distance, and acceleration to describe how things move. His observations supported the heliocentric (Sun-centered) solar system as proposed by Copernicus. Advocating this theory led to his trial for heresy against the church, for which he was placed under house arrest for the final years of his life.
Galileo was a scientist. He invented many things including the telescope. He also had many theories such as the Copernicus theory (in which he said that the Earth is a series …of planets which revolve around the Sun).
it means that it has a 50% chance of happening
Galileo can refer to a measurement unit, a song, a play, a film, a Japanese TV series, or to a NASA space probe that studied Jupiter between 1995 and 2003 . All but the TV sho…w are based on the Italian astronomer and scientist Galileo Galilei (1564-1642). A unit of gravitational measurement, galileo or gal, is equal to 1 centimeter per second squared (1 cm/s2). Galileo Galilei Galileo, born in Tuscany, was a physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher who played a major role in the scientific revolution. His achievements include improvements to the telescope and consequent astronomical observations, and support for Copernicanism (the heliocentric solar system). His contributions to observational astronomy include the telescopic confirmation of the phases of Venus, the discovery of the four largest satellites of Jupiter, (named the Galilean moons in his honor), and the observation and analysis of sunspots. (see related question)
A few possibilities: -- While growing up, they've heard from their parents or relatives that math is tough. -- They've heard from older students, who have already been t…hrough math, that it's tough. -- There is a general anti-nerd bias in US culture. Newspapers refer to math as being tough to understand, and people who understand or enjoy math have to keep quiet about it, and have to practically apologize for it if they're found out. -- Teachers may not feel comfortable with math, may not be too competent to teach it, and may subliminally communicate low expectations. -- In general, you don't run into too many people who tell you that math is fun; and if you do, you've been trained to think they're weird.
Other people have different opinions on whether they like math or not. Maybe they like it because they are good at working on equations and fractions. Remember, everyone is di…fferent! I do not enjoy math but you might have a different opinion on it! :)
Galileo was an Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer and philosopher who was born in Pisa, Italy in 1564. One of his main thing that he discovered is that the earth rot…ates around the sun.
Because I am very good at algebra and grasping the logic behind mathematics. I also SUCK at reading / writing so it makes me admire math more. Without it i would have nothing!…!!I like math because it will help you in the future and I like algebra.Math has a lot of handy applications in science.I cannot answer this question because everybody opinion is different. It will also help you to be rather better at words too... After all, if you plan to become a professional scientist or engineer you will have to learn how to produce formal, peer-reviewed papers, reports to senior managers & customers, etc. As for "a lot of handy applications in science", you will find that mathematics is vital to the foundations of science, not some some sort of useful gadget. These aren't my "opinions" - and I'm the opposite, good with words not numbers - but hard facts I've learnt from nearly 40 years working for manufacturing and research companies; and with an amateur interest in the natural sciences. Answer: Math is the song and dance of the Universe, why wouldn't you like it? It lets you see the cooling of hot cups of coffee. the arc of the baseballs you throw, and the swirls of everything from water eddies to the galaxies.
The childhoood of galileo was not the same as any child because he invented toys of his own , which really worked . probably that was what influenced his later life .