Definition of Briggs, Henry in English:

Briggs, Henry

Line breaks: Henry Briggs
Pronunciation: /brɪɡz
 
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( 1561–1630), English mathematician. He was renowned for his work on logarithms, in which he introduced the decimal base, made the thousands of calculations necessary for the tables, and popularized their use. Briggs also devised a standard method used for long division.

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