Ada Lovelace Math Project

Ada Lovelace Math Project

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  • Where Ada Lovelace was born/where she had died and where did she live?
  • Now I, George Gordon Byron and my wife Anne Isabella Byron would like the welcome Augusta Ada Byron?
  • We will never forget sweet, Ada Lovelace.
  • Ada Lovelace
  • Family Facts / facts about their childhood /adolescence
  • Greece
  • Ada Lovelace, you must study and your skills. You obviously do not want to turn into your father.
  • Ada Lovelace`s education
  • Tutoring
  • Welcome to the University of London!
  • Augusta Ada King was born on December 10, 1815 in London, England, United Kingdom. Ada Lovelace was raised or lived in United Kingdom, but traveled to different places. Ada Lovelace died on November 27, 1852, in Marlyebone, United Kingdom. www.
  • Personal Life ( Were they married? Did they have kids?)
  • Anne Isabella Byron-mother
  • Ada Lovelace
  • William-King Noel-spouse
  • Ada Lovelace, born as Augusta Ada King, had parents who separated only a few weeks after she was born. She never saw her father after the separation and he soon died in Greece. Her mother forced her to study so she would not end up like her father, moody. www.
  • What are they famous for?
  • Geroge Gordon Byron
  • In Ada Lovelace`s early years, she was actually tutored for math and science. She was encouraged to challenge herself with the main subjects, even though they were not meant for girls to study. She eventually, went to the University of London and joined the Royal Astronomical Society. www.
  • How do we use what they are famous for today?
  • Ada Lovelace had a huge family. Her family included her father (George Gordon Byron) and her mother (Anne Isabella Byron). She also married William King- Noel and had a daughter and two sons. www.
  • Anne Blunt- Daughter
  • Byron-King Noel-Son
  • Ralph-King Milbanke-Son
  • Ada Lovelace was famous for the fields of math and science, when dealing with techology. She knew that computers were more than just machines and enjoyed testing them. Ada Lovelace translated an engineering book to different languages and along the way added her own notes, making the first book three times that size it started at. www.
  • Ada Lovelace was only discovered many years later and her legacy was renewed in the 1950s. Now we use have increased our level of engineering and have created new technology with new machines. Starting out with what Ada Lovelace loved to do, we have grow from only learning about a computer and now they are high level technology, meaning that now our technology has been effectively upgraded. www.
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