The History of Mathematics in Clerihew
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|Joel R. Burgeson, Newman University|
|A clerihew is a humorous, unmetrical, biographical verse of four short lines —- two closed couplets -- with the first rhyme a play on the name of the subject. Read clerihews about Apollonius, Euclid, Pythagoras, Hero(n), Brahmagupta, Ramanujan, Turing, Hilbert; submit your own.|
|Math Topics:||History and Biography|
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