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Which Greek scholar applied mathematics to real world problems such as hydraulics, mechanics, astronomy? Archimedes Themistocles Clesthenes Sophocles
Greek scholar Archimedes applied mathematics to real world problems such as hydraulics, mechanics, astronomy.
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The empire benefited the lower classes in Athens, paying them for serving in the navy, for building ships and buildings, and attending trials and tragedies is not TRUE about the Athenian empire.
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