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Because Galileo had first contemplated a career in medicine but he didn't like working that job, but he had became interested in mathematics after attending a lecture on geometry. He followed a teaching career that began in Florence and he was later appointed chair of the Mathematics Department at the University of Pisa in 1589.

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Just do a bit, you get interested (if that doesn't work then ??) By the way I am interested in maths but I am NOT a nerd.

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He was interested in math when he knew there were many problems about the world. He was influenced by Thales and many more people.

Yes. Math is necessary for everyone, especially someone who is interested in commerce. Without math, you will not be able to determine if a business is making a profit.

Yes. You have to take math for the degree.

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Just do a bit, you get interested (if that doesn't work then ??) By the way I am interested in maths but I am NOT a nerd.

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He invented the compass, the kind you use on maps and in math class, a thermometer - Galileo thermometer, and created Galileo's paradox in math. He did the basic principle of relativity. His work with pendulums lead to the pendulum clock.

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Nothing I've read tells 'why' he became interested in math, but why does anyone become interested in anything. For me math just is a very logical study that appealed to me. It helps explain so many scientific things, motion, physics, chemistry, biology, geology, astronomy.

Yes, Galileo Galilei worked as a mathematics professor and later as a tutor before becoming a renowned scientist known for his contributions to astronomy and physics.

That anything can be explain in a mathematical way.

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