In the library at Alexandria was a kind, gentle teacher named Euclid. Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Great. Ptolemy, Alexander's successor in Egypt founded the library in
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Euclid.
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Euclid is the father of geometry. He was a Greek mathematician best known for his
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For plain geometry, Euclid is the usual answer. But the story behind the story is that we don't know how much of what's in Euclid's book is actually Euclid's work. He may, or may
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