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Euclid was a Greek mathematician who became famous as the Father of Geometry. He was also known as Euclid of Alexandria, where he founded a school over 2,000 years ago. He published a 13 volume treatise called Elements, a collation of all the mathematics known at that time, which is the basis of geometry still taught in modern schools more than 2,000 years later.

Comprehensive lists of the birth- and death-dates of the Founders
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Four quarts go into a gallon.
1 US gallon is equivalent to 3,785 411 784 L.
1 Imperial British gallon is equivalent to 4,546 09 L.
1 US quart is equivalent to 0,946 352 946 L.
1 Imperial British quart is 1,1365225 L.

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Dino Olivieri was born 1905 in Sinigaglia, Italy and died at the age of 57 1963 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy.

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Euclid is thought to have been born in Greece around 325 BC and received his early education in Athens. There is nothing known of his family background. Historians generally agree that he taught geometry in Alexandria, Egypt, during the reign of Ptolemy I, who ruled Egypt between 323 and 285 BC. T…

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For his major study, Elements, Euclid collected the work of many mathematicians who preceded him. Among these were Hippocrates of Chios, Theudius, Theaetetus, and Eudoxus. Euclid's vital contribution was to gather, compile, organize, and rework the mathematical concepts of his predecessors into a co…

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Philosophy is the study of everything, thinking of every possibility and every possibility within that possibility. Most other fields only study what is within the realms of their field. It's not so much a study, as it is people using their fully functioning brain to contemplate all exis…

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Alan Alexander Milne (pronounced /ˈmɪln/) (18 January 1882 - 31 January 1956) was an English author, best known for his books about the teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh and for various children's poems. Milne was a noted writer, primarily as a playwright, before the huge success of Pooh overshadowed all…

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The Tao that can be said is not the Tao. The Tao just is.It can not be considered or mentally labeled as anything. __________"Tao" is roughly synonymous with "The Absolute," the I AM," or "The Law," existing beyond Time, and Space, and Change. It ever has been, ever is, and ever shall be. Ever Uniqu…

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His book was called Mein Campf or 'My struggle'

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He is known as "The Father of Geometry". He founded a school over 2,000 years ago in Alexandria, Egypt. He also created a book called "The Elements" which is made up of 13 Volumes. There is NO known record of Euclid's parents, siblings, marriage, or childhood. Some people also say he was one of the …

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he was born in 1300 BC and died in 1150 BC

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Euclid died about 265 BC. The exact date and circumstances of
Euclid's death are unknown.

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Little is known about Euclid's death, but most people are sure that he lived from 325 B.C. and died in 265 B.C.

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Yes. CA is considered equivalent to Master degree. CA can go for PhD on basis of CA qualification.

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What were the birth and death dates of the nineteenth century Presbyterian theologian Nathan L Rice?

Nathan Lewis Rice, clergyman, was born in Garrard county, Kentucky on the 29 December, 1807, and died in Chatham, Kentucky, 11 June, 1877.

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Environmental education is a study about environment and brings changes in our behavior to conserve and maintain environment.

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Euclid is thought to have been born in Greece, probably near Athens.

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Type your answer here... he developed the theory of great mathimatics

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Euclid's parallel axiom is false in non-Euclidean geometry because non-Euclidean geometry occurs within a different theory of space. There may be one absolute occurrence in non-Euclidean space where Euclid's parallel axiom is valid. Possibly as some form of infinity.

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Euclid is the English translation of the Greek name Eukleides, meaning Good Glory.

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Euclid is thought to have been born in Greece and educated in Athens.

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During a job interview, when you are asked what is your most
memorable accomplishment answer truthfully. Do not try to come up
with something that you think the interviewer wants to hear. Your
most memorable accomplishment does not have to be work related. It
can be something in your personal life.

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There wasn't a 1990 Avenger.

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Euclid is given the honor of being the Father of Geometry. In his
book, 'The Elements', Euclid defines the concept of points, lines
and planes and together with postulates and theorems develops the
subject known as geometry. This occurred in around 300 BCE.

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having strenghts in being able to survive this world while being a single mom and trying to go back to school and finding the right career for me.

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Charles BABBAGE invented a prototype of the modern computer.

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Euclid's algorithm is a popular algorithm to compute the GCD of two numbers. Algorithm: Gcd(a,b) = Gcd(b, a mod b), where a>=b and Gcd(a,0) = a
Example
Say we want to find the GCD of 72 and 105.
105 mod 72 = 33, so GCD(72,105) = GCD(33,72)
72 mod 33 = 6, so GCD(33,72) = GCD(6,…

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Claude Monet was born 14th November 1840 in Paris, France. He died of old age on 5th December 1926 at the age of 86 in Giverny, France. Answer 2:He died of old age, you say, maybe his lung cancer helped.

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I am certainly proud of being able to answer this question. On the other hand, Having children is something I am personally most proud of.Not necessarily for myself, but my children make me proud every day.

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Edward Irving Wortis is the author who writes under the pen name
Avi. Avi who was born in 1937 has written over fifty books.

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Postulate:- A statement that is accepted as true, that forms the basis of a theory, etc.It also has a synonym:- posit

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Euclid was born in Megara, In fact 100 years before the great
mathematician, Euclid of Alexandria, there was a Euclid of Megara.

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Aristarchus of Samos was an ancient Green astronomer. He was the
first to discover the solar system as we know it today.

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it is developed because during early people exist their lives they always use geometry in everydays. as the people learn to use it they began doing experiments about these mathematics concern.

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Mein Kampf (English translation: My Struggle) is a book by the German-Austrian politician Adolf Hitler. it was written whilst he was in prison and became one of the most widley bought books in germany whilst he reigned!

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the letter y is the greek letter υ (υ,Υ)υπόλοιπον (ipolipon)υπέρ (iper)I do not think that is any greek words that start with "y" besides
yasu which means hi or hello

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The verb "to postulate" means to assert a claim as true, with or without proof.
Geometric "postulates" are basic axioms that are given or assumed in order to establish the framework of geometric relationships. An example is Postulate 1 which defines point, line, and distance as unique conditions.

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Cleopatra was the last queen of Ancient Egypt, the last member of the Macedonian Ptolemaic dynasty and hence the last Greek ruler of Egypt. Although many other Egyptian queens shared her name, Cleopatra was usually known as simply Cleopatra, all of her similarly named predecessors having been …

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Answer 1. euclidthe greek scholar died in italy!
Answer 2. Euclid of Alexandria died in Egypt.
Nothing is known about where Euclid died.

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A bracing connection is the fixing that holds bracing in place and to transfer loads into the bracing. Bracing holds the structure stable by transferring sideways loads (ie: not gravity, but wind or earthquake loads) down to the ground. It helps keep the structure upright and square when these loads…

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Aristarchus of Samos ~ circa 310-230 BC
Aristarchus of Samothrace ~ circa 220-143 BC
Aristarchus of Tegea ~ 5th century BC
Aristachus of Thessalonica ~ 1st century\
the greek guy?

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"Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" by Ted Lawson.

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Ann Bates was born in 1753 and she died November 24 1815
Ann Bates
Birth:1753
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THE ULTIMATE ANSWER IS
If you are from Peru then your nationality is Peruvian.
The life expectancy at birth for people in Peru is 69.84. This is due to the poverty in the country and the lack of doctors.
The largest ethnic group in Peru is the Amerindian, followed closely by the Mestizo and white.…

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Yes. You can do an image search with the term Paris, or click on the related link below.

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A wheel is the tire and rim, if that is what you mean...tires are made of rubber, silicon, other petroleum based chemicals and steel/kevlar/fiberglass for the belts/cordsRims can be made of steel, aluminum, titanium(bolts) or every carbon fiber

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The Greek mathematician Euclid (330?-270? b.c.) is considered the "father of geometry." He used axioms (accepted mathematical truths) to develop a deductive system of proof, which he wrote in his textbook Elements. This book proved to be a great contribution to scientific thinking and includes Eucli…

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One of Euclid's accomplishments was that he created the Elements, which is the most successful textbook in math history
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Euclid died around 265 B.C.E., but there is no known record of
where he died.

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The principles could be applied to actual situations that is used in the real world. This is an excellent way to increase memory retention. Not only being told a concept but seeing a concept being applied to a real life problem solving situation would increase understanding and retention. This is an…

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Element's Volume XIII, along with Volumes XI and XII, examines three-dimensional figures. Volume XIII includes the construction of pyramids, cubes, octahedrons, dodecahedrons, and icosahedrons (the five regular Platonic solids) in a sphere.

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Cleveland is in Indiana.it is also in N.E ohio where the cleveland indians and cleveland browns are located also the rock and roll hall of fame

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Euclid laid the basis of geometry still used today.

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Euclid died when he was about sixty years of age.he lived until he was 60

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Archimedes

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French philosopher and mathematician René Descartes introduced a method of representing geometric figures within a coordinate system in his treatise Discourse on Method published in 1637.
Yes but the answer to this question is LEGENDRE.

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He was the father of geometry and he discovered many ways of finding angles

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Euclid's "The Elements," is a geometric treatise consisting of 13 books written by him circa 300 BC. However, it was compiled from the works of several earlier mathematicians from earlier centuries.

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Given Positive Integers a and b there exists unique integers q and r satisfying a=bq+r; 0 lesser than or equal to r<b

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The thirteenth and last book of the Elements of Euclid deals with the construction of the five "Platonic solids": the tetrahedron, octahedron, cube, icosahedron and dodecahedron. It applies Eudoxus' method of exhaustion to prove that the areas of circles are to one another as the squares of their di…

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The thirteenth book of "Euclid's Elements" is called regular
solids. In this final book, Euclid names and describes the
properties of the five regular solids and ends it by proving no
other regular solids exist.

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Euclid is remembered mostly for his work, Elements, which
is a collation of all the mathematics known at the time when he
lived and taught at the University in Alexandria in Egypt.

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The Elements, a book explaining all about the elements.

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http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_name_of_the_13_book_Euclid%27s_element

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change in Y divided by change in X. X is your field value(kilometers, miles, feet, etc) and Y is the units of your isolines(degrees, feet, meters, etc)Y2-Y1 / X2-X1= Y2-Y1 DIVIDED BY X2-X1

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The name Euclid is an English translation of the Greek name Eukleides. Eukleides, meaning 'good glory', was probably his first name. Family names in the 4th Century BC usually referred to the place where a person was born, and is not known in Euclid's case. There is no known record of Euclid's paren…

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Euclid is known as the Father of Geometry or The Alexandrian mathematician.

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Nothing is known about Euclid's family or his personal life.

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There are 13 books in Euclid's Elements. The title of Book XIII is " Regular solids."

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Nothing is known of Euclid's family or personal life.

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Euclid, Pythagoras and a nun walk into a bar... No, I can't tell
that one. How about Proclus telling a story that, when Ptolemy I asked if there was a shorter path
to learning geometry than Euclid's Elements, "Euclid
replied, 'There is no royal road to geometry.'"

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Euclid taught in a school he founded in Alexandria in ancient
Egypt.

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Euclid lived for about 60 years between around 325 and 265 BC. He died in Alexandra Egypt but, no one really knows when he was born (when the exact date he was born.)

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An element is the basic part or principle of anything, an object or an idea. Euclid's Elements outlines and explains the basic concepts of mathematics that had been determined by Greek and Egyptian mathematicians by the third century BC. His compilation of the elements of mathematics is still in use…

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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse... No, seriously...
Niels Bohr was a Danish physicist and pioneer in quantum physics.
Sir Walter Raleigh was an English explorer, courtier, and writer.
Tomas de Torquemada was a Spanish cleric and Grand Inquisitor.
Euclid was a Greek mathematician.

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Euclid educated at Plato's Academy. He was there for several years
until he left to teach at Ptolemy's newly established university.

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If I understand you correctly, you would like us to provide you
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