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It is Robert Recorde

It wasn't an English man but it was a Welsh mathematician by the name of Robert Recorde who in 1557 invented the equality symbol and it has 2 equal parallel lines

The mathematician William Jones first used the Greek letter pi in 1706. In 1707, the great mathematician Euler popularized it.

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It is Robert Recorde

It wasn't an English man but it was a Welsh mathematician by the name of Robert Recorde who in 1557 invented the equality symbol and it has 2 equal parallel lines

It wasn't an English man but it was a Welsh mathematician by the name of Robert Recorde who in 1557 invented the equality symbol and it has 2 equal parallel lines

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It was the mathematician William Jones who first used pi as a mathematical symbol in 1706

William Jones, a Welsh mathematician, first used the pi symbol in 1706.

The mathematician William Jones first used the Greek letter pi in 1706. In 1707, the great mathematician Euler popularized it.

It was popularized by Leonhard Euler, when he adopted the symbol in 1737. By this time, Euler was already a fairly prominent mathematician, serving as head of the mathematics department at the Academy at St. Petersburg. As far as modern historians know, the symbol was first used for that purpose in print in 1706, by Welsh mathematician called William Jones. Prior to that, the symbol for pi was used for the circumference of a circle, not for the (constant) ratio of that circumference to the circle's diameter.

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