## Download People Series: Blaise Pascal (French Architecture Themed) Math Worksheets

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This pack is suitable for learners aged 11 to 13 years old or 8th graders (USA). The content covers fact files and relevant basic and advanced activities about Blaise Pascal and his contributions to the field of Mathematics.

## Who is Blaise Pascal?

**Blaise Pascal**is a French scientist, mathematician, and philosopher who significantly contributed to mathematics and physics.

- He is often referred to as the “Founder of the modern theory of probability.”

- He is known for his theory, which is now known as Pascal’s Principle.

## What is Pascal’s Law?

The unit of pressure is denoted by **Pa **or **Pascal**. Remember that **1 Pa **is equal to **1 N (Newton)** over **m ^{2} (square meter)**. Given that this is the unit of pressure, we could say that the unit for force is

**N**and

**m**for area.

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- The Palace of Versailles
- Cathedral and Bell Towers
- The Great Physicist
- Dinner in Paris, France