Pythagoras ofSamos
Pythagoras•   Born: 569 B.C. (Samos, Ionian)•   Died: 475 B.C.•   Era: Ancient Philosophy•   Region: Western Philosophy•  ...
Pythagoras• Contribution:          »Astronomy          »Music          »Religion          »Mathematics          »Philosophy
Pythagoras• Philosophers that influenced Pythagoras:         »Pherekydes         »Thales         »Anaximander
Pythagoras• Life routine:        – Wake up & have a nice breakfast        – Study        – Go to a reincarnation meeting  ...
Pythagoras• Places involved in Pythagoras life:  – Samos  – Egypt  – Babylon  – Crete  – Croton, Italy
Pythagoras• Pythagoras believed that everything was  related to mathematics and that through  mathematics everything could...
Pythagorasa2+b2=c2Pythagorean Theorem
Sources:• http://www.theosophy-nw.org/theosnw/world/med/rel-  imo2.htm• http://www.edu.pe.ca/kish/grassroots/math/pythagor...
Prepared By:    Santos, Mercy Amor T.    BEED/Gen.Ed. III-A
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Pythagoras

  1. 1. Pythagoras ofSamos
  2. 2. Pythagoras• Born: 569 B.C. (Samos, Ionian)• Died: 475 B.C.• Era: Ancient Philosophy• Region: Western Philosophy• Parents: Mnesarchus & Pythais
  3. 3. Pythagoras• Contribution: »Astronomy »Music »Religion »Mathematics »Philosophy
  4. 4. Pythagoras• Philosophers that influenced Pythagoras: »Pherekydes »Thales »Anaximander
  5. 5. Pythagoras• Life routine: – Wake up & have a nice breakfast – Study – Go to a reincarnation meeting – Study – Test triangles – Sleep – but not for long
  6. 6. Pythagoras• Places involved in Pythagoras life: – Samos – Egypt – Babylon – Crete – Croton, Italy
  7. 7. Pythagoras• Pythagoras believed that everything was related to mathematics and that through mathematics everything could be predicted and measured in rhythmic patterns or cycles. He placed astronomy as one of the four mathematical arts, the others being arithmetic, geometry and music.
  8. 8. Pythagorasa2+b2=c2Pythagorean Theorem
  9. 9. Sources:• http://www.theosophy-nw.org/theosnw/world/med/rel- imo2.htm• http://www.edu.pe.ca/kish/grassroots/math/pythagor.htm• http://space.about.com/od/astronomerbiographies/a/pyth agorasbio_2.htm• http://www-groups.dcs.st- and.ac.uk/history/Biographies/Pythagoras.html
  10. 10. Prepared By: Santos, Mercy Amor T. BEED/Gen.Ed. III-A

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