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Isaac Newton The Mathematical genius Through out the Renaissance there were many people who made advances in the areas of technology life politics and math Isaac Newton was a man who made many advances in the field of Math Not just in the form of 224 but in Algebra Calculus and much more Although his mathematical advances were made in the beginning of his life there were still many accomplishments to be proud of Isaac Newton was born in 1642 At age 18 Newton went to Trinity College in Cambridge He graduated with a bachelor degree in arts in 1665 Shortly after graduating he moves to Lincolnshire in August the same year to hide from the plague Newton returns to Cambridge in 1667 to join the Fellow of Trinity From 1669 to 1693 Newton devoted his life to mathematics Sadly Newton stops the study of Math due to a mental breakdown in 1693 In 1696 Newton moved to London and became Master of the Mint He was knighted be Queen Anne in 1705 and died in 1727 Fauvel 20 A lot of Newtons work in the field of Calculus was on Infinite series Descartes algebra which was called polynomials were expressed as Infinite series were expressed as a series that never ended Ex Newton came up with the idea that if k was used as a positive integer then the problem could be multiplied out as a polynomial Newton then continued by stating that if k were used as a fraction then once again the answer would be an infinite series Once Newton proved his theories about k being an integer he continued in doing the same with y and n Fauvel67-68 In the Years up to 1684 Newton gave many lectures on the topic of algebra These lectures were later published in a book in 1707titled Arithmetetica universalis In the lectures given Newton dealt with
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