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Greek Science and
Mathematics
by Emily Johnson
# Greek Science and
Mathematics

## Science

### Types

### Education

## Mathematics

### Types

### Education

### Numbers and Measurement

## Bibliography

## Emily Johnson

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Astronomy, Pythagoras, Aristarchus, Aristotle, Hipparchus

Physics, Archimedes, Archimedes Screw

Medicine, Hippocrates

Biology, Aristotle

Many of these scientists and mathematicians started school devoted to knowledge and passing on the knowledge that they had in particular subjects to their pupils. These school, in addition to teaching science and mathematics usually also taught other subjects such s philosophy, poetry, and other subjects that encouraged deep thought and contemplation.

Geometry, Euclid, Elements, Thales, Pythagoras, Pythagorean Theorem, Archimedes, Density

Trigonometry, Hipparchus

Many of these scientists and mathematicians started school devoted to knowledge and passing on the knowledge that they had in particular subjects to their pupils. These school, in addition to teaching science and mathematics usually also taught other subjects such s philosophy, poetry, and other subjects that encouraged deep thought and contemplation.

In ancient Greece, there was no single national standard for measuring. The ways of numbering and measuring things differed between city-states. They had different currency an measurements. This led to differences in the numbering systems.