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Biography of Blaise Pascal and the Pascaline - Inventors - About.com
French scientist and mathematician, Blaise Pascal invented the first digital calculator.
Pascal's Wager: Is It Safer to Bet on God or Not?
Someone who offers Pascal's Wager is arguing that to believe in God is a better bet than not believing in God. If you believe and God exists, you'll go to heaven ...
History of Delphi From Pascal to Embarcadero Delphi XE 2
Concise descriptions of Delphi versions and its history, along with a brief list of features and notes. Find out how Delphi evolved from Pascal to a RAD tool that ...
Pascal's Triangle - Mathematics - About.com
Pascal's triangle is a geometric arrangement of the binomial coefficients in a triangle. Studied by Blaise Pascal, but also known and studied 500 years earlier by ...
Pascal Definition - Chemistry - About.com
Definition: A Pascal is the SI unit of pressure. A Pascal is equal to a force of one newton per square meter. 101325 pascals = 1 atmosphere. 105 pascals = 1 bar.
Learn about: properties, events and Delphi Pascal - Page 2/2
Create your second simple Delphi application allowing you to learn how to place components on a form, set their properties, write event handler procedures to ...
C# Tutorial - Object Oriented Approach to Programming - C/C++/C
In the previous lesson we had a quick look at C#. This time, we will be going more into Object Oriented Programming in a lot more depth. We'll start with a very  ...
Convert Pascals to Atmospheres Unit Conversion Problem - Chemistry
This example problem demonstrates how to convert the pressure units pascals ( Pa) to atmospheres (atm). Pascal is a SI pressure unit that refers to newtons per ...
Pascal, Fermat and the Birth of Probability - Statistics - About.com
Learn more about the beginnings of probability when Pascal and Fermat teamed up to solve a problem involving dice.
Pascal's Wager - Because Reducing Eternity to a Crapshoot is So ...
Christian apologists who like to use Pascal's Wager will argue that we shouldn't gamble on our future, but if that's the case then why do they offer gambling as ...

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