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

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Who is known as father of numbers?

Pythagoras.


Greek mathmetician known as the father of numbers?

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Pythagoras is often described as what?

"The father of numbers."Pythagoras was an ancient Greek mathematician famous for his theorem for a right angle triangle.


Who said numbers rule the universe?

Pythagoras


What job did Pythagoras's father have?

His father was a merchant.


Pythagoras was best known for the pythagorean what?

Pythagoras was well known for the Pythagorean Theorem.


Who was Pythagoras' father?

Mnesarchus


Who is Pythagoras's mom and dad?

Pythagoras was the son of Mnesarchus (father) and Pythias (mother) . His father was a gem-engraver or a merchant.


Who is called as the father of maths?

father of Maths is PYTHAGORAS.


What is the nickname of Pythagoras was?

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What were Pythagoras and Euclid best known for in their work?

Pythagoras and Euclid were best known for their work in mathematics.


What is the contribution of Pythagoras in Math?

Pythagoras was known as the first pure mathematician. He was best known for his pythagoras theorem and was very credited for the discovery of this theorem at else, he contributed in the constructions figures of a given area and geometrical algebra. He discovered irrationals and fiver regular solids. Pythagoras taught that the earth was sphere in the center of the universe. as we know that pythagoras and his students believed that everything was related to mathematics and that the numbers were the ultimate reality and through mathematics everything could be predicted and measured in the rhythmic patterns or cycles. according to pythagoras " numbers are the rulers of forms and ideas and the cause of gods and demons."

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