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Zhu Shijie Zhu Shijie (, 1249–1314), courtesy name Hanqing (), pseudonym Songting (), was one of the greatest Chinese mathematicians living during the Yuan Dynasty.
Zhu Shijie Zhu was born close to today's Beijing. Two of his mathematical works have survived. "Introduction to Computational Studies" ("Suanxue qimeng"), and Jade Mirror of the Four Unknowns.
Song Shijie Song joined the Tongmenghui or Revolutionary Alliance in 1910. After the Wuchang Uprising in 1911, he led a team of soldiers to occupy Datong, taking control of the city, although its chief military official Wang Desheng escaped. Song was elected chief general of the Datong Military Government by the revolutionaries on 1 December 1911. He joined the Kuomintang when it was formed in 1912.
Xie Shijie Xie Shijie (; born September 1934) is a retired politician of the People's Republic of China. He served as the Communist Party Chief and the top leader of Sichuan province from 1993 to 2000.
Xie Shijie From 1958 to 1959 Xie studied at the Southwest Agricultural College (now part of Southwest University), and worked as Director of Ya'an Agricultural School from 1959 to 1971. In 1971 he joined the prefectural government of Ya'an. From 1975 to 1980 he served as the Communist Party Chief of Yingjing County, Ya'an. In 1980 he became the Deputy Party Chief of Ya'an prefecture, and was promoted to Party Chief in 1983. He was promoted to the Sichuan provincial government in 1985, serving as Vice Governor until 1992. In March 1993 he succeeded Yang Rudai as Communist Party Chief of Sichuan, serving until January 2000.
Shijie, Guangdong Shijie (石碣) is a town under the jurisdiction of Dongguan prefecture-level city in Guangdong province, southern China. This sausage town is known for its large boulders.
Zhu Shijie "Suanxue Qimeng" (算学启蒙), written in 1299, is an elementary textbook on mathematics in three volumes, 20 chapters and 259 problems. This book also showed how to measure different two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional solids. The "Introduction" had an important influence on the development of mathematics in Japan. The book was once lost in China until Qing dynasty mathematician Luo Shilin bought a Korean printed edition, and re-published in Yangzhou. Since then this book was reprinted several times.
Zhu Shijie The methods of "Jade Mirror of the Four Unknowns" form the foundation for Wu's method of characteristic set.
Shijie, Anhui Shijie (誓节镇) is a town in Guangde County, Anhui, China.
Zhang Shijie Zhang Shijie () was a 13th-century Chinese admiral and government official during the Mongol invasion of China.