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Geometry (from the Ancient Greek: γεωμετρία; geo-“earth”, -metron “measurement”) is a branch of mathematics concerned with questions of shape, size, relative Un libro (del latín liber, libri) es una obra impresa, manuscrita o pintada en una serie de hojas de papel, pergamino, vitela u otro material, unidas por un lado (es Euclid’s book On divisions of figures (peri diaipeseon biblion) : with a restoration based on Woepcke’s text and on the Practica geometriae of Leonardo Pisano by Raymond Clare Archibald Published 1915 by At the University Press in Cambridge. 444 more words


Author Stahl, Gerry. Title Translating Euclid : designing a human-centered mathematics / Gerry Stahl. Format Online Resource Book This item: Translating Euclid: Designing a Human-Centered Mathematics (Synthesis Lectures on Human-Centered Informatics) Set up a giveaway Pages with related products. 127 more words


Mathematicall Praeface To Elements Of Geometrie Of Euclid DjVu

John Dee (13 juillet 1527 – 1608 ou 1609) était un célèbre mathématicien, astronome, astrologue, géographe et occultiste britannique. Il a consacré une grande John Dee (Tower Ward, 13 de julio de 1527 – Mortlake, finales de 1608 o principios de 1609) fue un notorio matemático, astrónomo, astrólogo, ocultista, navegante The mathematical praeface to the elements of geometrie of euclid of Megara (1570): By John Dee. 381 more words

1-2. Euclid's Elements

Euclid’s Elements…is the classic textbook of Greek geometry, which has served as the basis of study for over twenty centuries, It is a model of clear and orderly presentation.… It has the classic simplicity and order that so often characterizes a great work which summarizes generations or centuries of study. 665 more words

3. Foundations Of Science And Mathematics

LOCAL NEWS: YMCA Closing Its Euclid Location Due to Expenses and Renovation


A Cleveland 19 viewer left a voice mail on the Getting Answers hotline asking if we could get answers on the Euclid branch of the YMCA closing. 166 more words


Not quite medieval, not quite logic: Proclus's commentary on Euclid

Earlier this week I was following up on some notes I’d scribbled down over a month ago in a meeting with a colleague, one of which was “Proclus: Image in the water”. 449 more words

Diamonds down the street

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Thank you Enisa  for this week’s prompt.
U.Thomas loves shooting in the streets. He says – “you never know what will happen. Often, I don’t have any plan or idea what to shoot. 106 more words