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What is the greek word for geometry?

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The Greek word is "γεωμετρία"
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Who is the Greek mathematician who advanced the study of geometry and wrote the elements?

  EUCLID - a mathematician who lived in Alexandria about 300BC and produced a book bringing together (not necessarily originating) the essential theorems of geometry.

There are three common words that are used in geometry that start  with the letter z. These words include z intercept, zero  dimensions, and zero slope.

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How would knowledge of geometry be helpful to the Greeks?

Geometry solved their problem about land and guide in the sea, by measurement everything, and increased their knowledge by the ancient North africans and Middle Easterners abo

Is arc a geometry word?

Yes. It is the curve of a circle.

2 greek word where geometry is derived?

Geo(γαία= earth) and metri(μετρηση= measurement)

Was Geometry was only used by the Greeks?

at the start it was but as the years went on it started to spread though out the world so your answer is no

Sentence using the word geometry?

Geometry involves a series of lines, segments, points, and shapes.

Who was the Greek master of Geometry?

Pythagoras. From Answers.com "   What did Pythagoras and Euclid do?   In: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/FAQ/4968-5, http://wiki.answers.com/Q/FAQ/8574-33 [Edit categories] |

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What are the two greek words were geometry comes from?

greek geometria means the measurement of earth or land from ge "earth, land" and metria "to measure."

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What are the 6 giant ancient Greeks of geometry?

1.Thales of Miletus- the very fist person to be known because of its intelligence.2. Pythagoras of Samos- student of Thales3. Plato- PLATONIC SOLIDS came from him.4. Aristotle
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What are the two root word of geometry?

The root word is "metric", which is related to "measurement". "geo" is a prefix here, or a second root word, just as "geo" is one of these in "geography", "geology", "geophy

Is geometry a latin or a greek word?

The original stem is Greek gemetri, from gemetrein, to measure land.

What does the word bisected mean in geometry?

Bisected mean to halve an angle. For instance, a right-angle (90- degrees) is changed to two 45 degree angles when bisected.