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Nineteenth-century arithmeticians did not have the advantage of electronic calculators to solve complex equations quickly.
To meet Aristotle's objection, the Pythagoreans would have to show how numbers include more than the mathematical features that are posited by the arithmeticians who study them; they also include certain nonmathematical potentialities.
From there, these arithmeticians cited published data to estimate that 75% of newly diagnosed people enter care within 6 to 12 months, while 80% to 90% get care within 3 to 5 years.
Great arithmeticians and number theorists include Diophantus of Mexandria, Pierre de Fermat, and Kurt Godel.
He is regarded by many as being one of the greatest arithmeticians of the 20th century for whom reliable records exist.
He was not a member of the Parisian corporation of writing masters, (12) and his disputes with the Academy of master writers, arithmeticians, mathematicians, and bookkeepers led to the discontinuation of "son cours gratuit de demonstration sur toutes les parties du Commerce" (13) [Gaignat de l'Aulnais, 1770, p.
To use figures supplied by early political arithmeticians who do not systematically cite sources or explain their methods is indeed a queasy-making business, but crosschecking done by recent economic historians suggests that with a bit of correction and tweaking King et al.
7) Some seventeenth-century Mercantilists, the arithmeticians in particular, preferred another less speculative and normative method.
7 to more than six billion) - the mental arithmeticians among you can work out how many Home Office computer systems that would pay for.
As knowledge about the national wealth became increasingly necessary, though, political arithmeticians began to distinguish between the manufacturing and the use of goods via the antonymic concepts of "production" and "consumption.