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Isacc Newton (English) • Binomial theorem generalized to exponents.• Finding roots• Best known for feuds with Charles Leibniz over Calculus.
Euclid (alexandrian Greek) • Elements, a textbook on Geometry and Number Theory.• 5 postulates of Space.• Infinitude of prime numbers.• Parallel postulate for creating spheres and hyperbolas
Carl Fredrick Gauss (German) * Prince of Math: when in elementary school, teacher asked him to add 1-100 and he knew.* contributed to every math branch.*Prime Number theorum* fundemental theorem of Algebra.
Archimedes (Syracusean Greek) * Eureka- (byoyency)denisty of a golden crown.* estimated pi* sum of infinite series; method of exhaustion.
Gottfried Leibniz (German) * Calculus despute.* modern calculus notation.* invented binary numbers and symbolic logic.
Pierce de Fermat (French) * contribution to number theory* probabiltiy theory with blaine pascal.* little theorum.
Leonard Euler (Swiss) * prolific output* 7 bridges of konigsburg.* modern notation of e.
Kurt Godel (Austrian) * 2 incompleteness theorem.* true statements if used to prove something.
Andrew Wiles (British) * Tanyima-Shimura theorums:* semi stable eliptical curves are modular.* collory to fermat's theorem.
William Rowan Hamilton (Irish) * complex #s have 4 dimensions.* Quarterions i, j, k
Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) * Melville Fuller* Man bought first class ticket, but condemned for sitteing in all white zome.* " Our constitution is color blind"* Overturned by Brown v BOE.
Marbury v. Madison (1803) * John Marshall* Judicial Review, nullifying unconstituional laws.* Earlier Judiciuary act conflicted with constitution.
Roe v. Wade (1973) * Warren Burger.* abortion laws.
Brown v. BOE (1954) * Earl Warren* separate but equal ruled unconstitutonal.* girl forced to a black school, when white school was very close by.
McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) * John Marshall* Power to tax was power to destroy.* Second bank of US called in loans to states.
Baker v. Carr (1962) * Earl Warren* "one person, one vote"* politics had changed his vote in tennesee.
Gideon v. Wainwright (1963) * Earl Warren* denied lawyer, but given by 6th and 14th.* accused of breakin in pool house.
Hammer v. Dagenhart (1918) * Edward White* child labor laws.* childern could not work.
Fletcher v. Peck (1810) * John Marshall* Yazoo river selling* First instance of supreme court struck down state law.
Ex parte merryman (1861) * Roger tanney* Federal Court case* Civil War case.
Lepton * Fundemental Sub atomic particle.* 6 flavors; electron, muon, tauon, and neutrinos of each.* means opposite heavy; light in greek* cannot be broken down any further
Quark * another class of fundemental particles.* 6 flavors; up, down, top, bottom, strange, charm* study of these are quantum dynamics.
Baryons * 3 quarks together ex. protons and neutrons* means heavy in greek.* they are Fermions
Mesons * 2 Quarks together* they are Bosons* Bosons have full integral spin.
Fermion * half integral spin* named after enrico fermi* spin = intrinsic angular momentum
Bosons * full integral spin* named after Sathyendra Nath Bose.
Hadrons * any particle made from Quarks, Ex. Baryons and Mesons* means thick.
Gauge Bosons * Bosons carrying force of nature.* gauge theory= describing the force.
Gluons (gluing quarks) * Gauge bosons that carry strong nuclear force and bind hadrons together.* gluing quarks
Partons * old name for internal parts of Hadrons before discovery of Quark model.
Frank Lloyd Wright(1867-1959) * guggenheim museun in New York.* Kaufman House, wax museum* Organic architecture
Walter Gropius(1883- 1969) * Pan American Building* Banhaus School* Harvard Achitectural department.
Ludwig Miles Van der Rohe(1886-1969) * Lake Shore Drive* Barcelona Pavilion
IM PEI(1917) * Rock and Roll hall of fame, glass pyramid* mile high city denver* came to us in 1935
Sir Christopher Wren(1632-1723) * Saint Paul's Cathedral* Rebuilt london after great fire.* Astronomy Professor at Oxford.
Le Corbusier (1887-1965) * Villa Savoye, Villa Poissy France* government buildings in Chandigarh and Brassila.* Home is a machine for living in.* Radiant city
Louis Sullivan (1856-1924) * 1891 WainWright Building* skyscapers
Filippo Brunelleschi (1377-1446) * friend of Donatello* Octagonal dome over florence cathedral.
Frank Gehry (1929) * Controversial Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain* Experience Music Project, Walt Disney Conert Park
Andrea Paladio (1508-1580) * Villas near venice.* Villa Rotundo, Villa Barbaro.
Eeron Saarinen (1910-1961) * Gateway Arch, st. louis* MIT and YALE buildings.
Antonio Gaudi y Cornet (1852-1926) * Barcelona buildings.
Our Town * Thorton Wilder* * 3 acts; daily life, love, death
Long day's Journy into the night * Eugene O'Neil* * published after his death
Who's afraid of Virginia Wolfe * Edward Albee* bickering over flawed marriages
Street Car named desire * Tennessee Williams* 2 visions of declining south* Marlon Brando
Raisin in the sun * Lorraine Hansberry* First black play in broadway.* tuned down most racial stereotyping
The Crucible * Arthur Miller* The Salem WItch trials
Death of a salesman * Arthur Miller* Values of success
Morning becomes Electra * Eugene O'Neil* Trilogy
The Glass Menagirie * Tennesee Williams* Refuges reality from glass animals.
The ice man Cometh * Eugene o'neil* iceman= death.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof * Tennesee Williams* winning estate from Big Daddy.
Little Foxes * Lillie Hellman* capitalism destroys south
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