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geometry theorems

Euclid (c.300 B.C.), Greek mathematician of Alexandria whose major work, the Elements, still constitutes a basis of many courses in geometry. Euclid was most notable for introducing the method of logically deducing theorems from axioms and other theorems.

See also: Geometry.

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