Q: What were Pythagoras' students called?

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Pythagoras was called "Pythagoras of Samos" because he was born in Samos.

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Pythagoras (also called Pythagoras of Samos) was born in the sixth century B.C., living from approximately 570 - 495 B.C.

The Pythagoreans

A mathematician called Pythagoras xD

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Pythagoras was called "Pythagoras of Samos" because he was born in Samos.

Pythagoras lived from 571 BCE to 495 BCE, so he was about 76 when he died. Pythagoras and his students are often said to have constructed the first proof of this useful theorem. Pythagoras had a school with many students. but the school was secretive, and the students gave their teacher for what they discovered. Because of this, we don't know exactly who did what and when. In any case, it is clear from their clay tablets that the Babylonians knew and used the theorem we call "Pythagoras' Theorem", about a thousand years earlier. They also knew some kind of proof.

the egyptians used Pythagoras thereom before "Pythagoras" so called founded it.

His only name in historical record is Pythagoras, he is sometimes called Pythagoras of Samos

Pythagoras is called the father of numbers because he discovered the Pythagoras theoram.

Pythagoras was his nickname. Pythagoras' real name was Pythagoras of Samos and that is how he was called. i.e. a guy knew him and said " greetings Pythagoras of Samos. " Only close friends would have called him Pythagoras. He is know just known as Pythagoras to modern people because we do not have such formalities as they did back then.Answer:Pythagoris was known as the "hyperborean Apollo" a being different from man or the gods.

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Yes, it's called Pythagoras theorem

Pythagoras is not a landscape or a place. Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher and mathematician who founded a cult religion called Pythagoreanism in Ancient Greece.

Pythagoras (also called Pythagoras of Samos) was born in the sixth century B.C., living from approximately 570 - 495 B.C.