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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.
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.
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 ...
Why Delphi? (Delphi For Beginners) - About.com
It would also be great if you already have basic knowledge of programming ( Pascal perhaps?). If this is not true, you wouldn't be here anyway (am I right?). I'll be ...
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 ...

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