**1.** *Archimedes* is especially important for his discovery of the relation between the surface and volume of a sphere and its circumscribing cylinder.

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**2.** *Archimedes* was** an ancient Greek mathematician and inventor.** He made mathematical discoveries as he solved everyday problems

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**3.** *Archimedes* recorded his discoveries so that others could learn from them.

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**4.** *Archimedes*’ principle, physical law** of buoyancy**, discovered by the ancient Gre**ek mathematician** and inventor *Archimedes*, stating that** any body completely or partially submerged in a fluid (gas or liquid) at rest is acted upon by an upward**,** or buoyant**, force, the magnitude of which is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the body.

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**5.** ** Archimedes** is

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**6.** Dear ** Archimedes** Academy Families, Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences will take place on Thursday, March 18th from 5:30-8:00 pm and Friday, March 19th from 12:45-2:45 pm

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**7.** *Archimedes* is a fossil that looks like a screw

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**8.** Broken fragments of *Archimedes* are common in Mississippian rocks of both eastern and western Kentucky.

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**9.** ** Archimedes** is the industry leader in specialty drug management solutions

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**10.** Founded with the goal of transforming the PBM industry to provide the necessary ingredients for the sustainability of the prescription drug benefit – alignment, value and transparency – ** Archimedes** achieves superior results for clients by eliminating tightly held PBM conflicts of interest including drug spread, rebate

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**11.** ** Archimedes** Global is a diversified technology company providing information and engineering solutions to government and businesses worldwide

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**12.** ** Archimedes** delivers superior results by combining deep domain expertise with technology-enabled innovations

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**13.** ** Archimedes** has offices in Tampa and Washington DC, and engagements around the world.

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**14.** ** Archimedes** devoted his talents to defending his city from the Romans and came up with some fascinating inventions

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**15.** Two of his most famous were the Claw of ** Archimedes** and the heat ray

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**16.** Claw of ** Archimedes** - The Claw of

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**17.** *Archimedes* was a Greek mathematician, scientist, mechanical engineer, and inventor who is considered one of the greatest mathematicians of the ancient world

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**18.** The father of simple machines, he introduced the concept of the lever and the compound pulley, as well as inventions ranging from water clocks to the famous *Archimedes* screw.

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**19.** *Archimedes* The work done by *Archimedes* (ca

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**20.** *Archimedes* probably was born in the seaport city of Syracuse, a Greek colony on the island of Sicily.

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**21.** *Archimedes* went on to make a number of important contributions in science and mathematics

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**22.** *Archimedes*, the greatest mathematician of antiquity, made his greatest contributions in geometry

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**23.** ** Archimedes**' claw:

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**24.** The ** Archimedes** Palimpsest resurfaces in Paris and sells for $2 million at a Christie's of New York auction

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**25.** ** Archimedes**' boast became a fundamental principle of mechanics that states that a great weight can be moved by a small force using levers and other means

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**26.** ** Archimedes’** principle is a law of physics fundamental to fluid dynamics

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**27.** ** Archimedes** of Syracuse was an illustrious Greek inventor, mathematician, astronomer, physicist and engineer

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**28.** *Archimedes* is a free and open source CAD(Computer Aided Design) software

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**29.** It is believed ** Archimedes** was born 287 BC in Syracuse in Sicily, but we don't know his exact birth date

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**30.** ** Archimedes** was killed by a Roman soldier when the Romans were conquering Syracuse.;

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**31.** ** Archimedes** also studied aspects of the lever and pulley

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**32.** Such mechanical investigations would help ** Archimedes** assist in …

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**33.** The ** Archimedes** screw, or screw pump, is a machine that can raise water from a lower to a higher level

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**34.** Archimédés ze Syrakus, řecky Αρχιμήδης, latinsky *Archimedes*, (287 př

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**35.** The ** Archimedes** Re-inventing the Windmill

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**36.** ** Archimedes** was born in Syracuse on the eastern coast of Sicily and educated in Alexandria in Egypt

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**37.** ** Archimedes'** principle states that the upward buoyant force that is exerted on a body immersed in a fluid, whether fully or partially, is equal to the weight of the fluid that the body displaces

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**38.** ** Archimedes'** principle is a law of physics fundamental to fluid mechanics.It was formulated by

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**39.** ** Archimedes** The Ancient World’s Genius 2

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**40.** BIOGRAPHY ** Archimedes** was born around 287 B.C

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**41.** ** Archimedes** proceeded to tell the Roman "Stand away from my diagram." As the soldier pulled him away,

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**42.** ** Archimedes**, or "Archy" as he was also known, was a Fire Ant and member of the Fire Ant Council attached to the Brotherhood of Guardians, dedicated to aid them in their mission to protect Angel Island

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**43.** ** Archimedes** was the son of fellow council members Semper Fidelis and grandson of Deo Volente, with each serving as a mentor to the current Guardian going all the way back to the time of their

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**44.** ** Archimedes** is the graphing calculator reinvented for the 21st century

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**45.** FORMULA LIBRARY (PRO) ** Archimedes** is one of the first calculators to feature an inbuilt formula library

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**46.** ** Archimedes,** the Center of Gravity, and the First Law of Mechanics: The Law of the Lever deals with the most fundamental aspects of physics

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**47.** The book describes the main events in the life of ** Archimedes** and the content of his works

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**ARCHIMEDES** [ˌärkəˈmēdēz]

DEFINITION

- (c.287–212 bc), Greek mathematician and inventor from Syracuse. He is noted for his discovery of Archimedes' principle (legend has it that he made this discovery while taking a bath and ran through the streets shouting “Eureka!”). Among his mathematical discoveries are the ratio of the radius of a circle to its circumference and formulas for the surface area and volume of a sphere and of a cylinder.

ARCHIMEDES stands for **Architectural Methodologies for Advanced Testing of VLSI Systems**. This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories: Science, medicine, engineering, etc. MLA style: "ARCHIMEDES.".

**Archimedes**' **principle** states that the upward buoyant force that is exerted on a body immersed in a fluid, whether fully or partially, is proportional to the weight of the fluid that the body displaces. **Archimedes**' **principle** is a law of physics fundamental to fluid mechanics. It was formulated by **Archimedes** of Syracuse.

Full name: **Archimedes**. Birth date:c. 287 BC. Birth place: Syracuse, Sicily, Greece. Died: c. 212 BC (aged 75)

Archimedes' principle. n. (__General Physics__) **a law of physics stating that the apparent upward force (buoyancy) of a body immersed in a fluid is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid**.