What was Archimedes' contribution in Physics?


Archimedes is a Greek physicists and inventor. His great contribution in physics include the statics and the principles of lever.
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it helped mankind do there home work.
Among Archimedes advances in physics are the foundations of hydrostatics,
Archimedes used the method of exhaustion to approximate the value of π. Archimedes was able to use infinitesimals in a way that is similar to modern integral calculus. Through
He discovered the value of pi Anonymous
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One of the great scientists of antiquity, Archimedes is known for his mathematical work, his theories of mechanics and his clever use of machines in the defense of Syracuse against the Romans. It is believed he studied under followers of Euclid in Alexand... More »
Born: Syracuse, Sicily (now Italy)
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