Locked Out of Heaven Intro: F Am Dm Am Oh yea, yea F Am Never had much faith in love or miracles Dm … Continue reading

# Beasiswa Pemerintah Jepang 2014

Beasiswa Pemerintah Jepang 2014 sumber: info-pendidikan.com Kedutaan Besar Jepang menawarkan Beasiswa Pemerintah Jepang (Monbukagakusho) kepada siswa-siswi Indonesia lulusan Sekolah Lanjutan Tingkat Atas (SLTA) untuk melanjutkan pendidikan ke Universitas (S-1),College of Technology (D-3) atau Professional Training College (D-2) di Jepang mulai tahun akademik 2014 (April 2014). Pelamar hanya bisa mendaftar 1 (satu) program dari S-1, D-3, … Continue reading

Arah Kerja Sama Pendidikan Asia-Eropa di Tangan Indonesia KUALA LUMPUR, KOMPAS.com – Selama empat tahun ke depan, Indonesia akan memegang peranan penting dalam penentuan kerja sama pendidikan di kawasan Asia dan Eropa. Sebagai Sekretariat Asia-Europe Meeting of Ministers for Education periode Oktober 2013 hingga 2017, Indonesia akan memfasilitasi dan menentukan standar dan norma dalam kerja … Continue reading

# Top 10 Leonardo da Vinci Inventions

Leonardo da Vinci may well have been the greatest inventor in history, yet he had very little effect on the technology of his time. Da Vinci drew sketches and diagrams of his inventions, which he preserved in his notebooks, but either he lost interest in building them or was never able to convince one of his … Continue reading

# Page Release

alhamdulillah, finally i can complete this page. this page, you will find some ebooks (commonly about mathematics ebooks) that can be download without any payment. I get this ebooks from many source that also there are no payment. here, i share the ebooks that i got from many source and because in this site i … Continue reading

# Greatest Mathematicians of All Time

Greatest Mathematicians of All Time web source: http://fabpedigree.com 1. Isaac (Sir) Newton (1642-1727) England Newton is regarded as the Father of Calculus (which he called “fluxions”); he shares credit with Leibniz for the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (that integration and differentiation are each other’s inverse operation). He applied calculus for several purposes: finding areas, … Continue reading

# Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann

5. Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann (1826-1866) Germany Riemann was a phenomenal genius whose work was exceptionally deep, creative and rigorous; he made revolutionary contributions in many areas of pure mathematics, and also inspired the development of physics. He had poor physical health and died at an early age, yet is still considered to be among … Continue reading

# Leonhard Euler

4. Leonhard Euler (1707-1783) Switzerland Euler may be the most influential mathematician who ever lived (though some would make him second to Euclid); he ranks #77 on Michael Hart’s famous list of the Most Influential Persons in History. His colleagues called him “Analysis Incarnate.” Laplace, famous for denying credit to fellow mathematicians, once said “Read … Continue reading

# Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss

3. Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) Germany Carl Friedrich Gauss, the “Prince of Mathematics,” exhibited his calculative powers when he corrected his father’s arithmetic before the age of three. His revolutionary nature was demonstrated at age twelve, when he began questioning the axioms of Euclid. His genius was confirmed at the age of nineteen when … Continue reading

# Archimedes of Syracuse

2. Archimedes of Syracuse (287-212 BC) Greek domain Archimedes is universally acknowledged to be the greatest of ancient mathematicians. He studied at Euclid’s school (probably after Euclid’s death), but his work far surpassed the works of Euclid. His achievements are particularly impressive given the lack of good mathematical notation in his day. His proofs are … Continue reading

# Isaac (Sir) Newton

1. Isaac (Sir) Newton (1642-1727) England Newton is regarded as the Father of Calculus (which he called “fluxions”); he shares credit with Leibniz for the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (that integration and differentiation are each other’s inverse operation). He applied calculus for several purposes: finding areas, tangents, the lengths of curves and the maxima and … Continue reading

# eMath Trick

Mathematics is always developing. There are so many ways to solve the algebraic problems. From the simple one to the complex one. As a teacher we have to find the best way to teach our student in solving the algebraic student for High School. They have to understand everyway that we have though. Here i … Continue reading

# Indonesia-Australia Wrap Up Youth Exchange Program

Indonesia-Australia Wrap Up Youth Exchange Program Jakarta Globe | February 08, 2013 A group of young people from Indonesia and Australia wrapped up a two-month exchange program in Yogyakarta on Friday, where they taught English to villagers and spent time helping people from the area work on several development projects such as repairing a community … Continue reading

Leonardo da Vinci may well have been the greatest inventor in history, yet he had very little effect on the technology of his time. Da Vinci drew sketches and diagrams of his inventions, which he preserved in his notebooks, but either he lost interest in building them or was never able to convince one of his … Continue reading