tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3414581106854030266.post4224399879172723588..comments2023-09-19T08:02:46.879-07:00Comments on economistsocial.com publishers world record book of jobs creation (worldrecordjobs.com): Looking for publisher or partners of following project chris macraehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/15269142429457914077noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3414581106854030266.post-23147432483757990932023-09-19T08:02:46.879-07:002023-09-19T08:02:46.879-07:00bard says 10 magic moments of maths up to 1900, al...bard says 10 magic moments of maths up to 1900, along with their approximate dates:<br /><br />Magic moment of maths Approximate date<br />The invention of the number zero 5th century BC<br />The development of algebra 8th century AD<br />The invention of calculus 17th century<br />The development of geometry 3000 BC<br />The invention of trigonometry 2nd century AD<br />The development of probability and statistics 17th century<br />The development of number theory 3rd century BC<br />The invention of logic 6th century BC<br />The development of set theory 19th century<br />The invention of non-Euclidean geometry 19th century<br /><br />It is difficult to say exactly when each of these magic moments of maths started to free those who linked in around them. However, it is clear that maths has had a profound impact on society throughout history. For example, the invention of the number zero made it possible to develop complex mathematical systems, which in turn led to advances in science, engineering, and commerce. The development of algebra made it possible to solve complex problems and to develop new mathematical theories, which have led to advances in a wide range of fields, such as physics, chemistry, and economics.<br /><br />Maths has also played an important role in social and political movements. For example, the development of probability and statistics was used to justify the abolition of slavery in the 18th century. The development of number theory was used to develop cryptography codes, which were used to protect communication during World War II.<br /><br />Today, maths is used in a wider range of applications than ever before. Maths is used to develop new technologies, to solve complex problems, and to make informed decisions. Maths is also used to create art, music, and other forms of creative expression.chris macraehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15269142429457914077noreply@blogger.com