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- There is also a Menaechmus in Plautus' play, The Menaechmi. Menaechmus (Gr****: Μέναιχμος, 380–320 BC) was an ancient Gr**** mathematician, geometer and...

- The Brothers Menaechmus or The Two Menaechmuses. The Menaechmi is a comedy about mistaken identity, involving a set of twins, Menaechmus of Epi****us...

- frg. B29 of his orations and Philippics 2.77; Bertocchi and Maraldi, "Menaechmus quidam," p. 95. Alastair J. L. Blanshard, "Gr**** Love," in ****: Vice and...

- of mathematics to Eudoxus of Cnidus. Archytas and Eudoxus' student was Menaechmus. As a Pythagorean, Archytas believed that only arithmetic, not geometry...

- This anecdote is questionable since it is similar to a story told about Menaechmus and Alexander the Great. Euclid died c. 270 BC, presumably in Alexandria...

- is believed that the first definition of a conic section was given by Menaechmus (died 320 BCE) as part of his solution of the Delian problem (Duplicating...

- straightedge-and-comp**** constructions. 4th century BC: Menaechmus discovers conic sections. 4th century BC: Menaechmus develops co-ordinate geometry. c. 300 BC: Euclid...

- sometimes been maintained that Menaechmus had analytic geometry. Such a judgment is warranted only in part, for certainly Menaechmus was unaware that any equation...

- measuring the lengths of their shadows. Conic sections – First developed by Menaechmus in the 4th century BC, but the most significant contribution is by Apollonius...

- the English term hyperbole also derives. Hyperbolae were discovered by Menaechmus in his investigations of the problem of doubling the cube, but were then...

- The Brothers Menaechmus or The Two Menaechmuses. The Menaechmi is a comedy about mistaken identity, involving a set of twins, Menaechmus of Epi****us...

- frg. B29 of his orations and Philippics 2.77; Bertocchi and Maraldi, "Menaechmus quidam," p. 95. Alastair J. L. Blanshard, "Gr**** Love," in ****: Vice and...

- of mathematics to Eudoxus of Cnidus. Archytas and Eudoxus' student was Menaechmus. As a Pythagorean, Archytas believed that only arithmetic, not geometry...

- This anecdote is questionable since it is similar to a story told about Menaechmus and Alexander the Great. Euclid died c. 270 BC, presumably in Alexandria...

- is believed that the first definition of a conic section was given by Menaechmus (died 320 BCE) as part of his solution of the Delian problem (Duplicating...

- straightedge-and-comp**** constructions. 4th century BC: Menaechmus discovers conic sections. 4th century BC: Menaechmus develops co-ordinate geometry. c. 300 BC: Euclid...

- sometimes been maintained that Menaechmus had analytic geometry. Such a judgment is warranted only in part, for certainly Menaechmus was unaware that any equation...

- measuring the lengths of their shadows. Conic sections – First developed by Menaechmus in the 4th century BC, but the most significant contribution is by Apollonius...

- the English term hyperbole also derives. Hyperbolae were discovered by Menaechmus in his investigations of the problem of doubling the cube, but were then...

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