The Works of Archimedes by Archimedes

This book is a compilation of the surviving works of one of the greatest mathematicians and inventors of all time. It includes his theories and discoveries in fields such as geometry, calculus, physics, and engineering. Readers will find his famous treatises on the lever, the sphere and the cylinder, floating bodies, and the measurement of a circle, among others. The book also contains his explanations of the principles of mechanics, the concept of equilibrium, and the center of gravity of plane figures.

The 6520th greatest book of all time


Published
-287
Nationality
Greek
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Ancient Greek

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