Q: Did the ancient Greeks have math?

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Yes, they did.

they were invented by god if not then humans did just like they created artificial intelligence .

Einstein didn't discover maths. He came up with the theory of relativity. Maths has been around since the Ancient Greeks, and before that.

The invention of algebra traces back to the ancient Babylonians. At the time, Egyptian, Greek, and Chinese mathematicians actually used geometry to solve math problems.

The ancient Egyptians use math by addition subtraction multiption and divion

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Yes, they did.

Archimedes he was very good at math for the Greeks.

True or False. Logic and proof in math have been in existence sine the time of the ancient Greeks. true

Good question. in math Algebra was first originated from the arabs, and math was present in ancient Egypt with fractions and other mathematical concepts. But the oldest form of math was from the ancient greeks, math began in the 6th century BC with the Pythagoreans, who coined the term "mathematics" from the ancient Greek μάθημα ( mathema ), meaning "subject of instruction". Sometimes it depends on the specific branch of math but for your question, if the answer is generalized, the ancient Greeks developed math and not the english people nor the arabs although algebra was from the arabs named “الجبر”, in conclusion, the greeks developed the earliest form of mathematics.

Neither. Modern western mathematics has its roots in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, although the Greeks gave it quite a boost.

they were invented by god if not then humans did just like they created artificial intelligence .

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They invented democracy, math, astrology and science (physics). That's all I know it may be more.

Yes, ancient Greeks did.

Did ancient Greeks drw for there communtion

No, the ancient Greeks were pantheistic. they worshiped many gods and goddesses.

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