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Aristotle was a great Greek mathematician who developed squares and square roots U will probably find more on google & on answers.com

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His name was Edvard Larouge. He made up his exponent theory in 1863 when he had to keep multiplying the same numbers over and over agin because he was a banker.

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A mathematician is a person whose primary area of study and research is the field of mathematics. People who apply mathematics to other field, but do not contribute directly t…o mathematical, are generally not considered mathematician. (MORE)

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Mathematicians are people whose primary area of study and researchis the field of mathematics. Another answer .
To expand on the answer above: .
Very broadly, mathematics ca…n be divided into pure mathematics,applied mathematics and mathematical statistics, though theboundaries are very blurry. Also, computer science and theoreticalphysics blend in to mathematics. .
Pure mathematics: Advancing mathematics for its own sake. .
Applied mathematics: Applying mathematics to other areas,including physics, chemistry, biology, ecology, engineering,computing, and financial mathematics. .
Mathematical statistics: Contains the theory of probability andstatistics, and applications to any area where there is probabilityor uncertainty, from physics to medicine and social science. .
These areas feed off one another. Attempts to solve practicalproblems can lead to new mathematical tools in pure mathematics,and areas that are originally pursued for their own sake turn outto have applications. .
A lot of mathematicians work in colleges and universities, wherethey spend time teaching, but also working on creating newmathematics or applying mathematics to new problems. .
Other mathematicians are employed by governments, industry andbusiness, where the focus is mainly on using mathematics to solvepractical problems (the NSA, for example, is responsible for allcryptological defense in the United States, and hires some of thebest mathematicians in the nation for this purpose, given that mostcryptological problems are highly complex). (MORE)

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Factoring, as in other basic mathematical operations was not invented or attributed to any single individual. Factoring is a basis to mathematics and its functions have been f…ound in ancient Indian and Chinese mathematics dating back thousands of years. (MORE)

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Trigonometry goes back to ancient times. The first trigonometrictable is attributed to Hipparchus of Nicaea.

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Pascal's Triangle A triangle of numbers in which a row represents the coefficients of the binomial series. The triangle is bordered by ones on the right and left sides, and ea…ch interior entry is the sum of the two entries above. Similar to modern day Sudoku. (MORE)

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You are probably thinking about Rahmanujan. However, he didn't really "create pi" - God created pi. Nor did he discover it, pi was known well before Rahmanujan. What he did do… was to find some very efficient formulae to calculate pi to many decimal places - formulae that are still used today. (MORE)

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maths is vital in every job. science uses a maths, history, music. most things involve maths in one way or the other.

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Although little is known of his early life, most historians believehe was created or born in a manner similar to how the rest of usewere created or born.