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Pythagoras of Samos. By: Mary Claire Paddock. Facts. Pythagoras was born in Samos. He was an Ionian Greek Philopher and mathematician. Founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism .

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pythagoras of samos

Pythagoras of Samos

By: Mary Claire Paddock

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Facts
  • Pythagoras was born in Samos.
  • He was an Ionian Greek Philopherand mathematician.
  • Founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism.
  • Most of the information about Pythagoreanism was written down centuries after he lived, so we have very little reliable information about him.
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Facts
  • Pythagoras traveled widely at a young age visiting Egypt and other places seeking knowledge.
  • Around 530B.C. he finally settled in Croton, a Greek colony in southern Italy.
  • His followers pursued the religious rites and practices developed by Pythagoras, called the Pythagorean Therom.
the pythagorean therom
The Pythagorean Therom
  • The Pythagorean Therom is that in any right triangle , the area of the squares whose side is the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the areas of the squares whose sides are the two sides that meet at a right triangle.