Euclid (/ˈjuːklɪd/; Greek: Εὐκλείδης, Eukleidēs Ancient Greek: ... The few
historical references to Euclid were written centuries aft...
Euclid was a renowned Greek mathematician, known as the 'Father of Geometry'.
... His works were heavily influenced by Pythagoras, Aristotle, Eudoxus, and ...
The Greek mathematician (math expert) Euclid wrote the Elements, ... The
Elements were translated into Latin and Arabic, but it was not until the first printed
There is little known about Euclid's past life and family. His mother and father are
The 'complete works of Euclid' were written by a team of mathematicians at
Alexandria who took the name Euclid from the historical character Euclid of
There are no known records of the exact date or place of Euclid's birth, and little
is known ... The remaining five postulates were related specifically to geometry:.
Euclid of Alexandria was born about 325 BC and he died about 265 BC He is ...
he went to Plato's school in ancient Greece, where only the rich were educated.
Regarded as the founder of geometry, Euclid is by far the most influential
mathematician ... At one point, some 500,000 volumes were reportedly collected
This wasn't the first time that people were writing about mathematics, and many ...
A common misconception is that Euclid invented all concepts of geometry.
Euclid enters history as one of the greatest of all mathematicians and he is often
referred ... The remaining five postulates were related specifically to geometry:.