Pythagoras. He has the Pythagorean Theorem named after him.
The Pythagorean theorem gets its name from the ancient Greek mathematician Pythagoras. He was one of the first to offer proof of the theorem.
It was named after the man Pythagoreas which came up with it.It was named after Pythagoras of Samos, who was a very famous Greek mathematician.
Yes. His name is on it.
the Pythagorean Theorem got its name from the man Pythagoras who came up with the theory.
He didn't name it. It is named after Pythagoras because he first developed the theorem.
When Pythagoras discovered his theorem, he used the general terms of a & b for the shorter legs and c for the longer side which he gave the name "hypotenuse". Thus we have the famous PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM!a^2 + b^2 = c^2
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.
When a theorem bears the name of a person, such as the Kepler conjecture or the Pythagorean theorem, they are proper nouns. Other theorems that are named by their own description are common nouns.