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Who is he?
Hi my
name’s
Niccolò
Fontana

During the
invasion of my
hometown by the
French I was
seriously wounded
in the m...
MY NICKNAME
IS
“tartaglia”
because i
have
stuttered
since then

I have the secret
FOR the solution of
the cubic equation.
...
In the fifteenth
century
mathematicians
competed in
mathematic
challenges.

contests were public
events. The challengers
c...
IN THE PAST

In the past
mathematicians
kept their secret
discoveries
jealously, in order
to use them in
contests!

NOW!

...
I used to
WiN all
the times…
NO!

Ferrari, a disciple
of Cardano
(another
important italian
mathematician)
and I competed in a
challenge . it was
in Mi...
In this contest
we had to solve
cubic
equations.

This was the
most important
contest in the
Renaissance.

I lost it becau...
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  1. 1. Who is he? Hi my name’s Niccolò Fontana During the invasion of my hometown by the French I was seriously wounded in the mouth I was born in 1499 in Brescia from a poor family. I am an Italian Mathematician
  2. 2. MY NICKNAME IS “tartaglia” because i have stuttered since then I have the secret FOR the solution of the cubic equation. I am famous also for giving a formula for the volume of a tetrahedron and for my studies of ballistics
  3. 3. In the fifteenth century mathematicians competed in mathematic challenges. contests were public events. The challengers chose their rivals. They had to solve many problems and the judges decided the winner.
  4. 4. IN THE PAST In the past mathematicians kept their secret discoveries jealously, in order to use them in contests! NOW! nowadays it’s different! when MATHEMATICIANs PROVE A THEOREM they CoMmUNICATE IT TO their COLLEGUES ALL over THE WORLD by publishing an article.
  5. 5. I used to WiN all the times…
  6. 6. NO! Ferrari, a disciple of Cardano (another important italian mathematician) and I competed in a challenge . it was in Milan. We didn’t fight with swords, but with our brains! YES!
  7. 7. In this contest we had to solve cubic equations. This was the most important contest in the Renaissance. I lost it because it was oral (I STUTTERED, REMEMBER ) and I was cheated TOO as i was robbed of my formulas.

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