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    She had to use the Greek lettering system to solve math problems and correct equations, due to the Arabic numerical system not being introduced at the time. Most of Hypatia’s known mathematics were conducted by using the formulas of x-y=a and x^2-y^2=(x-y) +b, which were referred to as simultaneous pairs. Most of her well known contributions to math were revisions to the work of her male cohorts. Three of her heavily appraised corrections and commentaries were to that of: Ptolemy’s “Almagest”, Apollonius’ review of Conics, and her father Theon’s lessons of the “Euclid Elements”. She even revised her commentary of “The Arithmetica” conducted by…

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    The story of Hypatia is what led her to her upcoming and how she made an impact to society. Her father Theon of Alexandria, Plato, Aristotle, and Plotinus influenced her in like and learning to love and have a passion for mathematics and everything that came with it. In her time of A.D she was the only woman who made a big difference. Hypatia was a popular teacher of interesting topics. She drew attention to herself by being phenomenal at what she did. Her words embraced others as much as…

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    I used to believe that geometry wasn’t possible without algebra, that geometry was essentially a representation of algebra. I didn’t have an experience of geometry that focused on the creativity and ingenuity that I’ve come to now know. Chapter 6 of Journey Through Genius reiterates how impressive the discipline of geometry truly is. Cardano’s solution to the general solution was astonishing, to me, because of the literal use of geometry to find the appropriate algebraic identities and the…

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    Leonhard Euler, a Calvinist mathematician whose work in math is still praised today. One thing Euler is praised for is how he made math so simple and was able to give an extremely in-depth analysis. Euler was born April 15, 1707, in Bale, Switzerland. Europe’s best mathematician, Johann Bernoulli, tutored him. Since Leonhard Euler’s father was Calvinist pastor, he wanted his son to follow in his footsteps. The reason that he didn’t was Bernoulli saw his mathematical potential and advocated for…

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    The most prevalent obstructions per mile were street infrastructure such as utility poles and hydrants, permanent signs, and driveways. Euclid neighborhood had the highest number of driveway at 62.52 driveways per segment mile. This neighborhood is largely comprised of homes that have been converted to offices hence the large number of driveways on small pieces of land. In addition, mean street width was average with a lot of the street furnishing obstructing the sidewalks. Majority of average…

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    The year was 2015 and I was new to the Euclid Football Team. I was a shy, quiet person and was also paranoid, but I don’t think anybody noticed my shyness and my little bit of weirdness. As I sat down in the little theater waiting for our new Head Coach, the atmosphere was electric, curious, and also pumped as we all waited. I was meeting new people including people I’ve known since my sophomore year. Some of them were cool, but some of them I didn’t like because I thought some of my new…

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    I have loved playing soccer for many years, I met many people, made many friends, but what would stick with me the most would be the competitions I got to participate in with my teammates.During the Euclid Memorial Tournament Finals our team, Euclid Elite, lost in the semi finals.Many members of our team tried very hard and worked together to try to win, but there were a few who had given up before the game was even over causing us to play even worse, contributing to us losing.The game ended and…

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    From The Classroom To The Fire Station The Euclid High School Fire Academy is a new career technical program offered to juniors. The Fire Academy is a rigorous program. Mr. Padley the instructor of the programs says that “students receive training and instruction on a wide variety of both firefighting and emergency medical care topics. These include fire service organization & safety, fire behavior, personal protective equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, fire extinguishers, tools &…

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    “I've been wearing lipstick since I was in 7th grade. That was our form of daring self-expression, because we had to wear uniforms in school. It made our teachers so angry”- Kourtney Kardashian. People try to find alternatives to make school uniforms look better. Not only her, but countless other people hate wearing school uniforms. They take away creativity, can cause bullying and are very costly. In all, school uniforms should not be enforced at Euclid High School. Why would students want…

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    plane and being produced indefinitely in both directions, do not meet one another in either direction.” Euclid defines about parallel lines at last of his definition of Book I which he uses to prove a lot of his proposition. He proves two lines are parallel lines in proposition 27 and uses parallel lines properties in every proposition after that. Therefore, this paper seeks to discover why Euclid introduce about parallel lines in his proposition, and how parallel lines properties help him to…

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