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*Archimedes*.

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443 words, approx. 2 pages

Archimedes
Greek Mathematician and Inventor 287 B.C.E.–212 B.C.E.
Archimedes was the greatest mathematician of the ancient world and one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. He was born ...
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144 words, approx. 1 pages

Archimedes
c. 287-212 B.C.
Greek mathematician and scientist who, by improving on previous methods of exhaustion in squaring the circle, developed the first reliable figure for π. Archimedes is...
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607 words, approx. 3 pages

Archimedes
c. 287-212 B.C.
Greek Mathematician and Engineer
Heralded as one of the foremost mathematical geniuses of all time, Archimedes made major contributions to the fields of geometry and mechani...
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1,709 words, approx. 6 pages

Archimedes and the Simple Machines That Moved the World
Overview
"Give me a place to stand," Archimedes is said to have promised, "and I will move the world." In this perha...
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Archimedes (287 B.c.e.–212 B.c.e.)
Archimedes was a native of Syracuse, Sicily, the son of the astronomer Pheidias. The many achievements accredited to him include: showing that the value of &#...
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The work done by Archimedes (ca. 287 BC-212 BC), a Greek mathematician, was wide ranging, some of it leading to what has become integral calculus. He is considered one of the greatest mathematicians o...
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Archimedes is remembered as a mathematician, philosopher, and inventor. It seems, however, that he did not think as much of his numerous inventions--important and fundamental as they were--as he did o...
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560 words, approx. 2 pages

Archimedes is remembered as a mathematician, philosopher, and inventor. It seems, however, that he did not think as much of his numerous inventions--important and fundamental as they were--as he did o...
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1,179 words, approx. 4 pages

Archimedes of Syracuseis considered one of the greatest thinks of the ancient world. He established the principles of plane and solid geometry, discovered the concept of specific gravity, conducted ex...
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Archimedes was an ancient Greek mathematician, philosopher, and inventor. It seems, however, that he did not think as much of his numerous inventions--important and fundamental as they were--as he did...
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Archimedes Term Paper
Part 1
I remember the first smell I had when I was born was of salt water and fish in 287 BC in Syracuse, Sicily. I was born in a large house. We were very rich because we we...
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