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Edwin Hubble, 1889 - 1953, was an American astronomer, who made the physical observations which established the Big Bang Theory and the expansion of the universe in astronomy.

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Albert Girard, 1595 - 1632, was a French mathematician, who introduced 'sin', 'cos' and 'tan' as abbreviations for the trigonometric functions, and discovered the rules for summing the powers of the roots of any equation.

Albert Girard, 1595 - 1632, was a French mathematician, who introduced 'sin', 'cos' and 'tan' as abbreviations for the trigonometric functions, and discovered the rules for summing the powers of the roots of any equation.