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Interesting Facts Nobody knows anything about Euclid’s life or death other than that he lived when Ptolemy ruled.
E uclid of Alexandria was a Greek mathematician. H e is responsible for obtuse and acute angles, planes, lines, segments, rays, etc. H e is responsible for the geometric rules we follow today.
E uclid’s P ostulates
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