Greek mathematician Archimedes is widely considered by many to be the "father of mathematics." He is regarded as one of the leading scientists in classical antiquity and is credited with designing numerous innovative mac... More »

Archimedes, a Sicilian Greek, was among the greatest mathematicians of all time as well as a physicist and inventor. After attending Euclid's school to acquire as much mathematical knowledge as was possible in his time, ... More »

According to AncientGreece.com, Archimedes is heralded by scientists, mathematicians and philosophers alike as one of the last great Greek mathematicians. Famous for his written work "Death Ray," as well as for his mathe... More »

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In mathematics, regrouping is the reorganization of numbers from one column to another to perform addition and subtraction equations. Typically, regrouping is referred to as “carrying” and “borrowing” a number. More »

The fundamental operations in mathematics are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. There are corresponding symbols for each. The plus sign (+) is for addition. The minus sign (-) is for subtraction. The sy... More »

The prime factorization of 375 is 3 x 5 x 5 x 5. Prime factorization is a method in mathematics that determines which prime factors, when multiplied together, result in a particular number. More »

In mathematics, an array is a set of numbers or objects placed in rows or columns. Arrays are often used to represent multiplication or division. More »

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