Pappus of Alexandria

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Pappus of Alexandria

(ˈpæpəs)
n
(Biography) 3rd century bc, Greek mathematician, whose eight-volume Synagoge is a valuable source of information about Greek mathematics
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Solution: It is well known that Pappus' Theorem and its dual theorem present the most symmetric constructions for finding the points X and Y.
The time, which has been saved by the special SFIP function can be used, to show applications of Pappus' Theorem to Euclidean geometry.
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