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Archimedes

Mathematical Genius of the Ancient World

Gow, Mary

(Book - 2005)
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This latest title in the GREAT MINDS OF SCIENCE series offers a look at one of the greatest minds of the ancient world. An original and profound thinker, Archimedes was a mathematician, a physicist, a mechanical engineer, and an inventor. He is most famous for proving the law of the lever and inventing the compound pulley.

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Publisher: Berkeley Heights, NJ : Enslow Publishers, c2005
ISBN: 0766025020
Branch Call Number: j B-A673g 2005
Characteristics: 128 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm

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Archimedes was a mathematician, a physicist, a mechanical engineer, and an inventor. He is most famous for proving the law of the lever and inventing the compound pulley.


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