Leodamas of Thasos
theorems [of geometry] were increased in number and brought into a more scientific arrangement. Younger than Leodamas wasNeoclides and his pupil Leon, who added many discoveries."
"Plato, it is said, taught this method [analysis] to Leodamas, who is also reported to have made many discoveries in geometry by means of it."
"He [Plato] was the first to explain to Leodamas of Thasos the method of solving problems by analysis."
- Waterhouse, William C. "Math Forum Discussions - math history list (Re: Leodamas of Thasos)". Retrieved 2011-02-07.
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