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Timeline of mathematics

A timeline of Pure[?] and Applied Mathematics


Notes

  1. This article is based on a timeline developed by Niel Brandt (1994) who has given permission for its use in Wikipedia. (See talk:Timeline of mathematics),
  2. It is interesting for instance that a time span from the 4500 BC to 1993 has something in common, and that is the Pytgagorean triples and the Fermat's last theorem. 5000 years roughly passed to solve one mathematical question, which can be 'solved' intuitively at once as Fermat 'did'.



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