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Italian Renaissance: Math and Science

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Christopher Morales

on 18 May 2011

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Transcript of Italian Renaissance: Math and Science

Italian Renaissance: Mathematics and Science Mathematicians of the Renaissance Niccolò Fontana Tartaglia Scipione del Ferro Pacioli Piero Della Francesca Scientists of the Renaissance Leonardo Da Vinci Galileo Piero Della Francesca Tycho Brahe New Studies of Science Botony was the study of folwers and fruit. Zoology was the biology of animals Magic and Alchemy was about magic and different potions used for effects. Astrolgy was the study of space. New Studies of Math Trigonometry was the study of angles. Cubic Equations
EX:x^3 - 9 = 0 Quartic Equations
EX: a X4 + bX 3 + cX2 + dX + e = 0 First Number and Decimal System QUIZ TIME!!! Niccolò Fontana Tartaglia helped discover how to find the volume of a tetrahedron, solutions to cubic equations, and devised bionomial coefficients. Scipione del Ferro also helped find solutions to cubic equations. Galileo helped discover the sun was the center of the galaxy. Leonardo studied anatomy of the human body.
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