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Ch.17B Mathematics (Pgs.1285-1300) the Virtue of Simplicity


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Chapter 17B. Mathematics

Rhyming Riddle Rhythm Brain Enhancer Mind Stimulation Education


1.) What has a foot on each side and one in the Middle?


2.) What has no beginning, end or middle and touches every continent?


3.)What is the longest word in the English Language?


Answers in the back of the EIV Bible…Pg.1544 September 8, 2010 Education Best Quality Guidance History Fact

September 8 is International Literacy Day. "Literacy is a cause for celebration," says the United Nations, "since there are now close to four billion literate people in the world. However, literacy for all — children, youth and adults — is still an unaccomplished goal and an ever moving target."


A superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions.”

~ Confucius quote (China’s most famous teacher, philosopher, and political theorist, 551-479 BC)



The Virtue of Simplicity is straightforward; not complex or complicated. Unpretentious. Free from pretense or deceit in manner or actions with sincerity. “Straightforwardness and simplicity are in keeping with goodness.” Simplicity is the Virtue that leads to understanding.







Ch.17B Mathematics (Pgs.1285-1300) the Virtue of Simplicity


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Chapter 17B.Mathematics

" TheVirtue of Simplicity"   


 Name and pictures of mathematicians, past and present who are the founders or who have added to the fundamentals of mathematics.


For Example:

1.) British Charles Babbage-Originated the modern analytic computer published his most influential work “On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures.(born December 26, 1792—October 18, 1871)


2.) French Augustin Louis Cauchy-Pioneered the study of analysis and the theory of permutation groups. He also did research in convergence and divergence of infinite series, differential equations, determinants probability and mathematical physics. (born August 21, 1789—May 23, 1857)


3.) Russian Andrei Andreyevich Markov-Best known for his work in probability and for stochastic processes especially Marko chains.(born June 14, 1856—July 20, 1922)


4.)German David Hilbert-Published “Grundlagen der Geometrie” in 1899 putting geometry of a formal axiomatic settings. He is known for his 23 Paris problem challenges. (born January 23, 1862 – February 14, 1943)


5.) Archimedes-Consider by some Math historians’ history greatest mathematicians. (287B.C.—212B.C.)


XVII (B.)Mathematics

(Pgs.1285 – 1300)

Mathematics (colloquially, math’s or math) is the body of knowledge centered on concepts such as quantity, structure, space, and change and also the academic discipline that studies them.” I don’t think nobody has ever spelled out a Mathematical religious formula for success. This is the Art of Communication Epigrammatic “Bakers Bake Cookers Cook” Impetus Recipe Ingredient Bible…

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