Q: Where did René Descartes invent polynomials?

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The first polynomials went as far back as 2000 BC, with the Babylonians.

He didn't invent mathematics.

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He developed the concepts which were set out by Archimedes.

Short answer: Descartes' doubt was like WWI - the doubt to end all doubt. Only by doubting everything could Descartes hope to find anything that was certain (even if the only certainty is that nothing else is certain!).

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Rene Descartes

Some math mathematicians say that Descartes inspiration came from being in bed so late. But, this also came about because of his love for math and all of his studying.

The first polynomials went as far back as 2000 BC, with the Babylonians.

He didn't invent mathematics.

Rene Descartes invented the famous Cartesian coordinate system.He worked in the field of analytic geometry.

Rene desscartes was the father of mathematics.

No. It was Blaise Pascal.

False

== == Oddly enough, the place now called Descartes. Initially called La Haye en Touraine, the town was renamed La Haye-Descartes in 1802 in his honour, and then renamed again to Descartes in 1967.

Descartes did not invent any main coordinates, but he did invent the cartesian plane. Being one of the most important aspects in coordinate geometry it is used up to this day.

Cogito Ergo Sum.

He developed the concepts which were set out by Archimedes.