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**Euclid** sometimes called **Euclid** of Alexandria to distinguish him from Euclides of
Megara, was a Greek mathematician, often referred to as the "father of ...

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Although **Euclid** is a famous mathematician, very little is known about his life. It is
believed that he was ... He **did** make a few, but very minute ones. His books, the ...

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Jul 21, 2017 **...** **Euclid** was a renowned Greek mathematician, known as the 'Father of Geometry'.
... Top 10 Facts You **Did** Not Know About **Euclid**. The name ...

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The life of **Euclid** is not well documented, but it is known that he lived in Athens,
Greece for a time. He is also known to have taught in Alexandria, Egypt....

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Oct 23, 2015 **...** **Euclid** of Alexandria (lived c. 300 BCE) systematized ancient ... **Euclid did** not
originate most of the ideas in The Elements. His contribution was ...

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Biography of **Euclid** (about 325 BC-about 265 BC) ... **Euclid did** not work out the
syntheses of the locus with respect to three and four lines, but only a chance ...

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**Euclid**: The most prominent mathematician of Greco-Roman antiquity, best
known for his geometry book, the Elements.

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(**Euclid does**, however, make frequent use of reductio ad absurdum or
demonstratio per impossibile, showing that if the conclusion is not accepted,
absurd or ...

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Until the twentieth century, his name alone was a synonym for geometry ("**Did**
you read your **Euclid**?" the teacher would ask). Although not an original ...