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Menaechmus
(375 BCE – 300 BCE)
Ancient Greek mathematician and geometer born in Alopeconnesus. Known as an associate of Plato, student of Eudoxus, and brother of Dinostratus. Probable discoverer of the conic sections.

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  • {{EB1911 link|Conic Section]] (see discussion in section History.)


 

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