Euclid was a mathematician whose third century B.C. textbook Elements served as the western world's unchallenged standard for two millennia. Nothing is known about Euclid's life or physical appearance, and what little is known about his career c...
c. 325 B.C.,
c. 265 B.C.
Euclid (/ˈjuːklɪd/; Greek: Εὐκλείδης, Eukleidēs Ancient Greek: .... believed
these results to be important in astronomy and included ...
However, what is most important to remember is that he was the first person to
write ... A common misconception is that Euclid invented all concepts of geometry
Euclid is often referred to as the “Father of Geometry”, and he wrote perhaps the
most important and successful mathematical textbook of all time, the ...
Euclid enters history as one of the greatest of all mathematicians and he is often
referred to as the father of geometry.
The axioms in Euclid's list do seem intuitively obvious, and the Elements itself is
proof that they can, as a group, be used to prove a wide variety of important ...
Although Euclid is a famous mathematician, very little is known about his life. It is
believed that he was a student of Plato. Euclid was born around 365 B.C. in ...
Regarded as the founder of geometry, Euclid is by far the most influential ...
Euclid wisely selected the most important mathematical axioms (statements that
On Divisions of Figures: Another important work of Euclid but survives only
partially in Arabic translation. It resembles a work (3rd century) of 'Heron of ...
Euclid , fl. 300 B.C., Greek mathematician. Little is known of his life other than the
... its importance in influencing the direction and method of the development of ...