## Cycle 1 Outline

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Living Math History: Cycle 1 Outline

 Unit 1: Ancients and World Cultures Lesson 1: Math is Everywhere! Lesson 2: Ancient Roots of Mathematics in Africa and Mesopotamia Lesson 3: Ancient Roots of Mathematics in Asia Lesson 4: Ancient Roots of Mathematics in the Americas Lesson 5: Thales and the Egyptians Lesson 6: Pythagoras and the Early Greeks Lesson 7: Archimedes Part 1 Lesson 8: Archimedes Part 2 and Eratosthenes Unit 2: The Alexandrians and Medieval Math Lesson 9: The Alexandrians: Heron, Ptolemy, Diophantus, Hypatia Lesson 10: The Arabs and Algebra: Al-Kwarizmi Lesson 11: The Indians and Zero: Aryabhata I and Brahmagupta Lesson 12: The Translators of the Dark Ages and Ockams's Razor Lesson 13: Fibonacci: Math in Nature Lesson 14: DaVinci: Math in Art Lesson 15: Simon Stevin and Decimal notation Lesson 16: John Napier Unit 3: Renaissance to Enlightenment Lesson 17: Astronomers: Copernicus Lesson 18: Astronomers: Kepler Lesson 19: Astronomers: Galileo Lesson 20: Galileo’s Physics Lesson 21: Pascal: Philosophy meets Number Theory Lesson 22: Isaac Newton and the new Calculus Lesson 23: Newton's Physics Lesson 24: The Unruly Bernoullis Unit 4: The Modern Age of Mathematics Lesson 25: Harrison and Bowditch, Navigational Mathematics Lesson 26: Leonard Euler, Model Mathematician Lesson 27: Joseph Lagrange:  Measurement Goes Metric Lesson 28: Sophie Germain and Monsieur LeBlanc Lesson 29: Carl Frederick Gauss, Prince of Mathematicians Lesson 30: Evariste Galois: Revolutionary Mathematics Lesson 31: Emmy Noether, Grace Hopper:  Women in mathematics Lesson 32: Srinivasa Ramanujan, Unschooled Mathematician