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### Hartshorne2

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Hartshorne Celebrated Berkeley Professor Robin mathematician, expert in the field of Algebraic Geometry, author of numerous math bestsellers including Algebraic Geometry (Springer 1977, 14th Printing) and Geometry: Euclid and Beyond (Springer 2000, 4th Printing) Will Talk about t first, square roots of negative numbers were simply considered impossible. BUT when Raffaele Bombelli in the mid-16th century...

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Hartshorne Celebrated Berkeley Professor Robin mathematician, expert in the field of Algebraic Geometry, author of numerous math bestsellers including Algebraic Geometry (Springer 1977, 14th Printing) and Geometry: Euclid and Beyond (Springer 2000, 4th Printing) Will Talk about t first, square roots of negative numbers were simply considered impossible. BUT when Raffaele Bombelli in the mid-16th century discovered that he could obtain real solutions of certain cubic equations by calculating with these impossible quantities, imaginary numbers started used, being and gave many important results even while remaining illogical. It was only at the beginning of the 19th century that the theory could be justified rigorously, thanks to the work of Wessel, Argand, Gauss, Cauchy and Hamilton. A the history of imaginary numbers Thursday -- April 6, 2006 4:00-5:00 pm Room 153 -- Chem...

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