Caldi's other love letter
On the streets of Stockholm, Descartes, 52, met Christine, 18-year-old Swedish princess.
At that time, Descartes, who was down and out and broke, lived a life of begging, and all his possessions were only the tattered clothes he wore and some math books he carried with him.
Descartes' Alternative Love Letters On a quiet afternoon, Descartes sat in the street as usual, bathed in sunshine and studied mathematics problems. He is so addicted to the mathematical world that the passing crowds and noisy horses and chariots can't interfere with him.
Suddenly, someone came to him and patted him on the shoulder. "What are you doing?" Looking away, Descartes saw a beautiful young face, a pair of clear eyes, such as blue lake water, lovely, long eyelashes blinking, looking forward to his response. She is the little princess of Sweden and Christine, the king's favorite daughter. She squatted down, took Descartes' math book and draft paper, and talked with him. During the talk, he found that the little girl was quick-thinking and interested in mathematics.
A few days later, he was accidentally informed that the king had hired him to be the little princess's math teacher. Descartes, who was full of doubts, came to the palace with the guards who came to inform him. While waiting in the living room, he saw the girls who met in the street a few days ago. In a hurry, he hurriedly bowed his head and saluted.
From then on, he became the princess's math teacher.
Under Descartes' guidance, Christine entered the wonderful coordinate world, and she was fascinated by curves. Every day inseparable also makes them love each other.
In Sweden, a romantic country, a pure and beautiful love sprouted quietly.
However, it didn't take long for their love to reach the king's ears. The king was furious and ordered Descartes to be put to death immediately. At Christine's pleading, the king banished him back to China, and the princess was placed under house arrest.
At that time, the Black Death was prevalent in Europe. Descartes, who was weak, was seriously ill shortly after returning to France. In the days when his life entered the countdown, what he missed day and night was the warm smiling face he encountered in the street. He keeps writing to her every day, looking forward to her reply. However, these letters were intercepted by the king, and the princess never heard from him.
After Descartes sent Christine the thirteenth letter, he left the world forever. At this time, the little princess under house arrest is still wandering in the corridor of the palace, thinking of her distant lover.
There is not a word written in this last letter, only one equation: r = a (1 —— sin θ).
The king couldn't understand it, thinking that there were two hidden secrets in this equation, so he summoned mathematicians from all over the city to the palace, but no one could solve this function. He couldn't bear to watch his beloved daughter mope every day, so he gave her this letter. Christine was ecstatic when she got the letter. She immediately understood her lover's intention, found a pen and paper, and set out to draw the equation figure. A heart-shaped pattern appeared in front of her eyes, and Christine could not help but shed moving tears. This curve is the famous "heart-shaped line".
After the death of the king, Christine succeeded to the throne. After she became king, she immediately sent someone to France to find the whereabouts of her sweetheart, but she received the news of Descartes' death, leaving an eternal regret? ?
This world-famous alternative love letter is still preserved in the memorial hall of Descartes in Europe
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