Greek mathematician having to cheer Midas up Crossword Clue

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  • Best Answer: ARCHIMEDES

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Definition of "ARCHIMEDES"

(c.287–212 BC), Greek mathematician and inventor, of Syracuse. He is famous 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.

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