Yes, the theorem still applies for AC.
There are still unsolved theorems.
A previous US president didnt invent the Pythagorean Theorem. A mathematician with the last name of "Pythagoras" did. After he died, his students continued with his studies and once they perfected it, they named the famous theorem after Pythagoras, their professor. However, President ames Garfield devised a new proof for the theorem and Garfield's proof still appears in geometry books . There was a mysterious society known as the Pythagoreans who studied some mathematics, but also attached mystical properties to numbers . It is not certain what Pythagoras the person actually did or even if he actually existed.
Greek mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse lived from around 287 BC to 212 BC. He was born about 2300 years ago (as dated to 2013).
The Pythagorean theorem that was created by a mathematician named Pythagoras is still in use today. It helps us find the relationship between right triangles. (a2+b2=c2) Sorry, I only got one influence, I'm trying to find more!
No it would be a theorem if it was proven.
Andrew Wiley, who solved Fermat's Last Theorem. Andrew Wiley, who solved Fermat's Last Theorem.
There was not a single mathematician of volume. Many mathematicians, from numerous countries, over thousands of years developed (and are still developing) the mathematics of volume.
we still have domes, therefore we still have greek
It is believed that the Pythagoras Theorem was invented by a greek named Pythagoras. The Theorem is said to be invented in 530 B.C . Researchers are of a view that the theorem must have been invented aeven before that. Pythagoras lived from 569 to 500 BC. Since the theorem is named after him, we believe to this day that he could be the inventor of it. He spent his time travelling to Egypt and learnt about mathematics much. The rudiments of the theory can also be found in a portion of a tablet from Babylonia dating to 1900 B.C.E., which is about 4,000 years old to date. So it is still a doubt to actually know whether he was the founder of it. Hope this helps.
Yes, it is still a country. (It's Greece, not Greek, by the way...)
Pythagoras was a Greek mathematician and philosopher who lived in the 6th century BC and is best remembered for the Pythagorean theorem (the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the opposite two sides). Euclid was a Greek mathematician living in the 4th century BC who taught at the university in Alexandria, Egypt. He became known as the Father of Geometry many years after publishing a thirteen volume work called Euclid's Elements in which he compiled and explained all the known mathematics of his time. Euclid's Elements is the world's most famous mathematical work and is also the oldest continuously used mathematical textbook. It is the foundation of the geometry still being taught in schools almost two and one-half millennium after Euclid's death.