Essays on Pythagoras

Pythagoras’ theorem states
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As you can see, a is the longest side, b is the middle side and c is the longest side (hypotenuse). The point of this coursework is to find b when a is an odd number and all of the sides are positive integers. Then after that I will go looking when a is a positive number. The numbers 3, 4 and 5 work in Pythagoras' theorem, 3ï¿½+4ï¿½=5ï¿½ because 3ï¿½=3ï¿½3=9 4ï¿½=4ï¿½4=16 5ï¿½=5ï¿½5=25 and so 3ï¿½+4ï¿½=9+16=25=5ï¿½ The numbers 5, 12 and…...
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Among School Children, W.B.Yeats
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Segment 1: Introduction to the Poem (3:15) ________________________________________ • Harvard student Zachary Shrier comments on Professor Vendler's teaching. • "Among School Children" is an example of a philosophical poem – a poem that considers some of the questions, or readings of the world asked by philosophers. • The poem names three famous Greek philosophers from the beginning era of philosophy: Plato, Aristotle and Pythagoras. • Yeats’ first aim is not to be perfectly clear. The poem is not easy to…...
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Is it time to scrap exams?
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You are sitting at your desk surrounded by a mountain of homework and revision. Frustrated by your timetable that you spent hours making with your endless amount of pastel highlighters. A few minutes ago you were immersed in Spanish verbs. Later today, you will revise English, Maths and History. Spending 2 hours on every subject. Welcome to the intense world of a Higher student. From The First World War to Pythagoras' theorem; we jump between subjects. And at times it…...
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Plato’s Theory of Forms
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Explain and define Plato’s theory of Forms with your personal Criticism. Plato was born in Athens on 428 BC. He was a Greek philosopher who laid foundations of western philosophy. He raised basic questions and problems of western thought, goodness and virtue, truth and knowledge, body and soul, ideal political state, and use of Literature and Arts were some of the pre dominant topics of interest to Plato. Plato devoted himself completely to philosophy. He was a student of Socrates.…...
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Short note on plato
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?Plato's Metaphysics in a Nutshell it is vital to know the difference Plato made between sensible "things" and "forms. " Things are those aspects of reality which we see though our senses: a boy, a table, fan, television, etc. Everything that we experience in the world of impression is constantly changing (the television will start to get worn down, the boy will age with time), imperfect and often passing away. This is the realm of appearances, and we all know…...
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Presocratic Philosophy
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Introduction As early Greek civilization grew more complex (c. 500 b. c. e. ), mythology and religion began to develop into philosophy (and later into science). As part of this development, a new kind of thinker emerged known as a sophos, from the Greek word for “wise. ” These “wise men,” and they were almost exclusively men, asked increasingly sophisticated questions about all sorts of things, especially natural processes and the origins and essence of life. Although mythology and religion…...
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?Meaning and Basic Definition of Philosophy
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The term “Philosophy” is derived from two Greek words, Philia meaning “to love” or “to befriend” and, Sophia meaning “wisdom. ” Thus, philosophy, means “the love of wisdom”. It was coined by Pythagoras, one of the sages of ancient Greece, born about the year 584 B. C. Philosophy is an activity people undertake when they seek to understand fundamental truths about themselves, the world in which they live, and their relationships to the world and to each other. As an…...
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Mathematics Autobiography
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I consider mathematics as a very important tool in life. My first real memories with mathematics began in my elementary years. I use to bring home assignments of several pages in order to master the basic arithmetic principles. I would go over my textbook answering several pages that included addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. What a truly memorable experiences they were and still was very rewarding especially when I got the correct answers. Other than that, I could compete with…...