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Quiz%204%20(Math) - • C 72 decimal places • D 136...

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Quiz question #1 • Who did not compute the value of pi? • A. Archimedes • B. Ptolemy • C. Liu Hui • D. Fibonacci
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Quiz question #2 • Zu Chungzhi (Tzu Ch’ung chih) calculated the value of pi up to • A. 7 decimal places • B. 10 decimal places
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Unformatted text preview: • C. 72 decimal places • D. 136 decimal places Quiz question #3 • Who is the first person to invent the “Pascal” triangle? • A. Omar Khayyam • B. Liu Ju Hsieh • C. Blaise Pascal • D. Chia Hsien...
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2010 for the course AAS 221 taught by Professor Kamlingwong during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Quiz%204%20(Math) - • C 72 decimal places • D 136...

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