John Napier

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  • Where they were Born/ Lived
  • Family Facts
  • Education
  • John Napier was born in February 1 in 1550 AD . By Janet Bothwell and Farther Sir Archibald Napier. John Napier died and was given life in Merchiston Tower, Edinburgh. He died the age of 67. The year was April 4, 1617 AD. This was found http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/john-napier-546.php.
  • Personal Life
  • His father was Sir Archibald Napier of the of the Monarchist Castle. His farther was a wealthy landowner. His mother on the other hand Janet Bothwell, was the daughter of the politician and judge Francis Bothwell, he was the lord of Session. This was found http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/john-napier-546.php
  • What Is Famous For
  • John Napier was pretty easy for for him because he had early education at home while having Private tutors. At the age of 13 he was sent St Salvator's College. For his formal education. When in collage he found his interest in theology and religion and soon enough he drooped out of collage before earning his degree. Found in http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/john-napier-546.php
  • What Do We use it For
  • John Napier was married twice. His first wife was Elizabeth, daughter of James Stirling, also known for the fourth Laird of Keir and of the Cadder. Together Elizabeth and John had two children. Until she died and John Napier was remarried and had ten more children with Agnes Chisholm. This was found http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/john-napier-546.php
  • John Napier was famous for making Naperian logarithm and also the manually- operated calculating device. Known as the Napier's bones. This is found at http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/john-napier-546.php
  • We use Naperian logarithm for paved the way for much further advancement. It is not only used in math, it was used in astronomy, dynamics, and other physics. The way we use Napier's bones. Is when we have to do calculation for products and quotients of numbers. This was found http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/john-napier-546.php
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