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Ada Byron King (Ada Lovelace)

Ada Byron King, the Countess of Lovelace, was one of the few women in the history of data processing. Born in London on December 10, 1815. His baptismal name was Augusta Ada King, Lady Lovelace for posterity. His father was Lord Byron, a very famous poet, and his mother was Anne Isabelle Milbanke, from whom he acquired a love of mathematics.
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Sampling

Sampling is the process that seeks to extract from the population elements that, through probabilistic calculations or not, can provide inferential data of the target population. Check below the existing sampling types. Sampling Types Not Probabilistic 1. Accidental or Convenient 2. Intentional 3.
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Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz

The German mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz, was born on July 1, 1646, and died on November 14, 1716. He was a universal genius and a founder of modern science. He anticipated the development of symbolic logic and, independently of Isaac Newton, invented calculus with a higher notation, including symbols for integration and differentiation.
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Complex numbers

Let's consider the equation x² - 2x + 5 = 0: We know that the number does not belong to the set of real numbers, since there is no squared number that results in -1. For the above equation to have a solution, we have to extend the set of real numbers to get a new set, called the set of complex numbers and represented by.
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Challenge Response 118

Dividing the Camels The person who will divide the camels gives a camel to the 3 children. So they will have 36 camels. For the first one is given half of the camels (18 camels). He will make a profit, since his share would be 17.5 camels. For the second, it is given the third part (12 camels). He will make a profit because his share would be 11 and little.
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Inch

The inch is an English unit of measure. It is equivalent to 2.54 centimeters or 25.4 mm. It originates in the ancient age, when the Romans measured the length with their own thumb. Thus, the inch is the width of a regular human thumb, measured at the base of the nail. In an adult human, this measurement is approximately 2.5 cm.
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