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Evergreen Journey of Mathematics: From Stone Age to AI

  Evergreen Journey of Mathematics: Stone Age to AI Click to Read From Beginning   Post - 4 Chapter - 2  (.....Continuation from Post - 3) Click to Read Previous Post 2.3.  Contribution of Indus Valley Civilization (2600-1900 BC): The Indus Valley Civilization, situated in present-day India and Pakistan, displayed early mathematical achievements. Archaeological discoveries have revealed an advanced understanding of weights and measures, as evidenced by the use of standardized weights made of a specific material called chert. The civilization's urban planning and architectural precision also imply a certain level of mathematical knowledge. The Indus Valley civilization, which thrived from 2600 to 1900 BC in the region that encompasses present-day India and Pakistan, exhibited impressive advancements in various fields, including mathematics. Although our understanding of the Indus Valley civilization remains somewhat limited due to the challenges in deciphering their script, arch

Evergreen Journey of Mathematics: Stone Age to AI

 Evergreen Journey of Mathematics: Stone Age to AI I will publish this book in form of series of blogs in this website only for readers. Click to Read From Beginning  POST - 2 (....Continuation from Post - 1 ) Here are just a few of the many remarkable mathematicians who have shaped the evolution of mathematics since 700 BC. Their contributions have paved the way for advancements in various branches of mathematics and its applications in fields such as physics, engineering, computer science, and more. The journey of mathematics continues, with new discoveries and innovations building upon the foundation laid by these visionary thinkers. Thales of Miletus (624 BC - 546 BC): Thales is considered one of the Seven Sages of Ancient Greece and made significant contributions to the development of geometry. He explored various geometric principles and theorems, laying the groundwork for future mathematical advancements. Pythagoras of Samos (570 BC - 495 BC): Pythagoras is best known for