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Math and Science time line

Nasser M. Abbasi

September 15, 2019   Compiled on September 15, 2019 at 12:43am   [public]

Timeline

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workwcalculusasfoarctuthailsly” published in 1711

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bebaseextenddfr oanctcoorinacle tpot p oofs liimtiivte) numbers which can be non- integer.

17831897JeanleAugusti1789KarlW1815Joseph1822Augusti1823Joseph1830Adrien-1833Joseph1844JosephRneFnFMLLo-ieo-oaiinLruLurououdostrorivvurieuieeiidisarisr Lll’s P DeleleACs.uCig.la Bbaeep Peuoludnroumcricdvbbhnshinreley,hyedir.e.P.sht. BEs Pa Dton ”urihpDrnTbieeainihls,d eed.geis ix. PehFnisarlaeratProndnPeaihacanrs,,lyCercis Gtaise,Feil, o Frarcac Ffrnmlur taca tlarnenh Innacyeficneonesriceytn oédfseimnhatelaatl” numbers
numberWeierstras∞ks=1pa1th10ko!logical function which is continuous at every point but
differentiable nowhere. Karl first discovered this function in the 1860’s. If
a≥3is an odd∑integer and if 0 < b < 1 such that ab > 1 + 3π2-then the
function f(x) =  ∞k=0bk cos(πakx) is such a function.

Reference

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Writing_of_Principia_Mathematica
  2. https://blogs.uoregon.edu/scua/2019/02/04/isaac-newtons-work-on-calculus-de-analysi-1711/
  3. Book: The Calculus Gallary. by William Dunham. Princeton Press 2005. https://www.britannica.com/biography/James-Gregory

I want to thank szantaii and Torbjørn T. and Zarko from tex stackexchange group for helping me with the Latex and TikZ code needed.