The Pensées of blaise pascal had been published, posthumously, in 1670.
blaise pascal, when a boy of twelve, whose education had been carefully restrained, once asked his father what is geometry.
By the side of two such remarkable men, I might place the opinion of a third not less eminent than they—blaise pascal.
The word "conversion," however, is too forcible to be applied at this point to blaise pascal himself.
blaise pascal experimented here in the density of air; hence the presence of his statue below.
There are few names which have become more classical in modern literature than that of blaise pascal.
blaise pascal, the French mathematician, composed at sixteen a tract on the conic sections.
blaise pascal, a French divine, died; noted for his mathematical abilities.
blaise pascal, that colossal genius, has been probably their most successful enemy.
They may be classified as follows:—(i.) Addition machines; the first invented by blaise pascal .
high-level computer programming language, 1971, named for French scholar Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), who invented a calculating machine c.1642.
pascal pas·cal (pā-skāl', pä-skäl')
n.
A unit of pressure equal to one newton per square meter.
Pascal, Blaise 1623-1662. French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher who, with Pierre de Fermat, developed the mathematical theory of probability. He also contributed to the development of differential calculus, and he invented the mechanical calculator and the syringe. The pascal unit of pressure is named after him. |