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- the body has displaced. Archimedes' principle is a law of physics fundamental to fluid mechanics.It was given by archimedes of syracuse.The principle7 KB (940 words) - 06:51, 25 May 2015
- LaTeX/Installation (section Archimedes)background colour of the editing environment. It is in active development. Archimedes is an easy-to-use LaTeX and Markdown editor designed from the ground up26 KB (3,476 words) - 01:50, 28 November 2015
- of force is the newton (symbol N) |Force was first described by Archimedes. Archimedes of Syracuse (circa 287 BC - 212 BC), was a Greek mathematician,2 KB (304 words) - 07:40, 16 October 2013
- Questing Beast, now healthy, a two-hour headstart in the chase. Merlyn, Archimedes, and the Wart discuss the birds, a subject that has arisen due to spring's1 KB (220 words) - 02:10, 16 November 2010
- To find a rational in , we apply Archimedes axiom (b) to , getting with . Thus , so . We also apply Archimedes axiom (a) to to get satisfying . Now15 KB (1,406 words) - 01:14, 23 January 2014
- easily computed. It was first used geometrically by the mathematicians Archimedes and Eudoxus in an effort to compute π, and was formulated in modern terms9 KB (802 words) - 06:01, 28 November 2014
- water displaced. The concept is discovered by a mathematician called Archimedes. When measuring volume, we can use the units cm3 and m3. For example,3 KB (578 words) - 20:10, 15 April 2014
- the accomplishments of Pythagoreans, Eudoxus, Aristotle, Euclid, and Archimedes Post Greco Maths Maths during the Medieval times (c 300-1100), in Europe1 KB (105 words) - 10:39, 22 October 2015
- Eureka! (Anglicized Greek) I've got it! Archimedes is alleged to have cried εὕρηκα (I have found) when he discovered the principle that bears his name2 KB (296 words) - 15:45, 13 November 2012
- of Archimedes. The legend recounts that when a roman soldier went to call Archimedes in order to conduct him in front of the centurion Archimedes refused3 KB (572 words) - 13:06, 18 August 2009
- and Archimedes developed the method of exhaustion, which uses an infinite sequence of approximations to determine an area or a volume. Archimedes succeeded10 KB (1,121 words) - 05:43, 28 November 2014
- *science to technology and the impact of technology on science, e.g. Archimedes’ screw to *illustrate the principle of oits use in water irrigation or3 KB (543 words) - 22:46, 25 June 2009
- Any substance that flows is called a fluid. In other words fluids cannot undergo sheering or tensile stress. This chapter is dedicated to studying about3 KB (352 words) - 13:44, 21 September 2015
- Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Arts and Crafts/Model Hot Air Balloons (section 2. Cite the principle of Archimedes, and briefly describe how it applies to each of the following:)and 21 hours. The flight started in Switzerland and ended in Egypt. Archimedes' Principle states: any body fully or partially submerged in a fluid is17 KB (3,172 words) - 15:35, 31 July 2011
- The seating forms a perfect circle around the court. The principal of Archimedes High School is sent the following diagram showing the seating allotted16 KB (1,134 words) - 15:27, 19 June 2015
- Submersible Pumps B07: application of laminar and turbulent flow B10: Archimedes Principle B-34: Sudden contraction B-12:Role of braking system in automobiles3 KB (334 words) - 09:54, 14 May 2015
- (figuratively speaking, we can think of voltage diagram as a second-class Archimedes's lever). We can see directly Ohm's law on this geometrical interpretation:25 KB (4,410 words) - 08:41, 26 December 2013
- The Archimedean spiral is a famous spiral that was discovered by Archimedes, which also can be expressed as a simple polar equation. It is represented7 KB (1,283 words) - 17:14, 24 June 2011
- the accomplishments of Pythagoreans, Eudoxus, Aristotle, Euclid, and Archimedes Post Greco Maths Maths during the Medieval times (c 300-1100), in Europe6 KB (1,111 words) - 22:56, 28 October 2012
- human body and to describe the nervous system. Geometers such as Archimedes (ca. 287 BCE – 212 BCE), Apollonius of Perga (ca. 262 BCE – ca. 190 BCE)21 KB (3,497 words) - 22:53, 21 June 2013