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A Reconstruction of The Method Proposition 17, and the Development of Archimedes' Thought on Quadrature : Why did Archimedes not notice the internal connection in the problems dealt with in many of his works? Part One

@article{Sato1986ARO,
  title={A Reconstruction of The Method Proposition 17, and the Development of Archimedes' Thought on Quadrature : Why did Archimedes not notice the internal connection in the problems dealt with in many of his works? Part One},
  author={Tohru Sato},
  journal={Historia scientiarum : international journal of the History of Science Society of Japan},
  year={1986},
  volume={31},
  pages={61-86}
}
  • Tohru Sato
  • Published 1986
  • Mathematics
  • Historia scientiarum : international journal of the History of Science Society of Japan
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