The equals sign or equality sign (=) is a mathematical symbol used to indicate
equality. It was invented in 1557 by Robert Recorde. In an equation, the equals ...
The symbol '=' was first used only in 1557! It was the invention of a Welshman
named Robert Recorde, the man who first introduced algebra to England.
Oct 30, 2014 ... The use of '=' to mean 'equals' is one of those minor advances in mathematics
that we take for granted. It's so small that we don't really think ...
Jun 3, 2010 ... Recorde was born in Tenby in the year 1510, the son of Thomas Recorde from
the Pembrokeshire town itself and of Rose Jones of North Wales ...
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Sep 27, 2013 ... How did the equal sign originate? We try to answer ... Robert Recorde and His
Invention of the "Equals Sign" in 1557 - Duration: 10:19. Crystal ...
Feb 17, 2011 ... The equal sign (“=”) was invented in 1557 by Welsh mathematician Robert
Recorde, who was fed up with writing “is equal to” in his equations.
Stone Yamashita created 10 potential designs for the logo, some of which were ...
Birch was drawn to one depicting a yellow equal sign inside of a blue square.
Apr 7, 2006 ... Robert Recorde invents the equals sign · I mentioned recently that the integral
sign $$\int$$ is actually a letter "S", chosen by Leibnitz because ...
Replacing numbers and operations with symbols helps: “2 + 3 is equal to 5”. But
we can do better. In 1557, Robert Recorde invented the equals sign, written with
Sep 16, 2015 ... As well as laying claim to being the inventor of the mathematical equals sign,
Recorde was also the man who introduced algebra to Britain.