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the birth of Sofia Kovalevskaya Its back shows a portrait with the name in Cyrillic script together with the years of birth 1850 and death 1891 a rose a set square compasses and written pages figures of the planet Saturn and of buildings The nominal value of this coin is 2 Rubles RUB Nikolai Iwanowitsch Lobatschewski This coin from 1992 was issued in Russia in occasion of the 200 th

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content Press Enter Milutin Milanković This coin which was issued in 2009 is devoted to M Milanković The coin possesses a nominal value of 20 Dinara RSD from 2006 the currency of Serbia JavaScript is currently disabled Please enable it

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called Petzval condition The latter means that field curvature vanishes if the sum of the inverses of the product of refractive index and focus length over all lenses of the optical system equals 0 The coin possesses the nominal value of 200 Sk SKK Johann Andreas Segner The Slovakian coin that is dedicated to Johann Andreas Segner was issued at the occasion of the 300 th anniversary of bis birth

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Vega The geometric figure shown on the back is identically with the one given on the banknote which is also thematically concerned with J Vega while the background shows a portrait drawn in profile Jurij Vega The 50 Tolars banknote issued by the Bank of Slowenia shows a portrait of the mathematician Jurij Vega On the back of this banknote the planets of the solar system together with their satellites

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1000 Peseta banknote from 1971 shows a portrait of José Echegaray y Eizaguirre In 1865 his work Problemas de geometría analitíca Problems on analytical geometry was published The back shows the building of the Bank of Spain Banco de España at the place Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid It should be mentioned that J Echegaray equipped this institution with the duties and privileges in 1874 which established it as national

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1976 cf the list of the banknote series of the SNB shows a portrait of the mathematician Leonhard Euler who was born in Switzerland The back of the note contains graphic representations of a water turbine the solar system as well as rays passing lenses The drawing of the solar system shows only the planets Mercury Venus earth Mars Jupiter Saturn their satellites and a comet Only the mentioned planets

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He teached also mathematics in Bologna although most of his achievements can be found in astronomy and medicine Both sides of the coin possess astronomical Motifs while the coin has the nominal value of 5 Hrywnja UAH Aleksandr Mikhailovich Lyapunov This coin from 2007 was issued by the National Bank of the Ukraine at the occasion of the 150 anniversary of birth of the mathematician Aleksandr Mikhailovich Lyapunov The reverse side shows a portrait together with the name and the years of birth and death But also the face of the coins showing its nominal value of 2 Hrywnja UAH provides an item related to the mathematician The figure shown is a geometric presentation of a celestial mechanics problem Michail W Ostrogradski This coin was issued in Ukraine at the occasion of the 200 th birthday of the mathematician Michail W Ostrogradski It shows a portrait the name and the dates of his life and also an integral formula The back contains also some graphics related to mathematics The nominal value is 2 Hrywnja UAH Georgi Feodosjewitsch Voronoi This coin commemorates the 100 th anniversary of death of G F Voronoi It shows a portrait on the left supplemented by

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Halka ulaşma faaliyetleri Yarışmalar Matematik Yardım Meslek olarak matematik Karışık Misyon Hoşgeldin Mesajları EMS Destekçiler Diller Iletişim Yasal Bilgi arama The European Mathematical Society Our Sponsor Munich RE Articles in Croatian Ayrıntılar Kategori Canonical Links m i e eu why Izjava o svrsi m i e eu for whom Dobrodošli EMS EMS Sponsor Sponzor Languages Jezici Contact Kontakt Imprint Impresum Mathematics in Croatia Matematika u Hrvatskoj What is mathematics Što

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