Niccolo Tartaglia

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In existographies, Niccolo Tartaglia (455-398 BE) (c.1500-1557 ACM) (IQ:#|#) (CR:4) refers to []


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The following are quotes by Tartaglia:

Tartaglia was the first to have a clear idea of the ‘vertical’ and ‘lateral’ pressure in a liquid.”
William Middleton (1964), The History of the Barometer (pg. 5) [1]
“At last the prominent Italian mathematician Niccolo Tartaglia declared publicly that the trajectory of a body flying in any but a vertical direction can only be curve and ‘contains not a single absolute straight line’.”
Georgij Alekseev (1978), Energy and Entropy (pg. 62) [2]

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  1. (a) Tartaglia, Niccolo. (c.1545). Jordanus: a Small Treatise: Correction Study with New Growth Figures (Iordani: Opusculum de ponderositate, Nicolai Tartaleae studio correctum novisque figuris auctum) (abs). Publisher, 1565.
    (b) Middleton, William E. (1964). The History of the Barometer (pg. 5). Publisher.
  2. Alekseev, Georgij. (1978). Energy and Entropy (pg. 62). Mir.

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