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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of tartaglia

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of tartaglia:

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  1. and challenged a way more skilled mathematician, Fontana Tartaglia to a duel.
  2. Tartaglia had already claimed he could solve cubic equations like this, but actually he had been totally faking it.
  3. Tartaglia freaked out before the math-off and actually figure out how to solve these equations at the last minute
  4. Tartaglia then went on to share his formula with the world!
  5. That is until a very talented mathematician named Cardan heard about the formula and pressured Tartaglia to share.
  6. mathematicians: Nicolo Tartaglia and Scipione del Ferro. And then neither del Ferro
  7. nor Tartaglia told anyone about their amazing discovery. Huh?
  8. competition featuring nasty cubics it became clear that Tartaglia had the
  9. mathematician, a successful gambler, and so on. Anyway, eventually Tartaglia gave
  10. in. Interesting tidbit: Tartaglia gave Cardano his formula dressed up as a poem.
  11. discussion in the video description. Ok Tartaglia also made Cardano's swear a
  12. learning the formula from Tartaglia Cardano kept digging and eventually
  13. Tartaglia. In Cardano's mind this meant he was now off the hook. He could now
  14. similar to today and not surprisingly Tartaglia was incredibly annoyed by this
  15. You see here, on the left, Tartaglia and Cardano,
  16. mancherebbe altro, ci mancherebbe che Massimo Tartaglia diventasse la levatrice della nascita
  17. quando e come bisogna fare le riforme? Diamo i numeri, no? E evidente che Tartaglia
  18. there we have Tartaglia, that's the stuttery doddery a old man and we have Arlecchino
  19. You see here, on the left, Tartaglia and Cardano,