Q: Who said Eureka I found it?

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Archimedes

Archimedes.

"Eureka!" (I have found it!) - his shout after discovering of so called Archimedes' Principle.

aryabatta found that zero is a number and ramanujan said the value of it

Eureka! which means I've discovered it

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Archimedes, he is the one who said Eureka first. When he discovered the principle of density.For more information;= Eureka means "I am in a state of having found it"= "Eureka" is Greek for "I found it!"

Archimedes, he is the one who said Eureka first. When he discovered the principle of density.For more information;= Eureka means "I am in a state of having found it"= "Eureka" is Greek for "I found it!"

He was quoting the exclamation attributed to Archimedes, who is said to have cried out "Eureka! eureka!" (I have found it! I have found it!), Eureka is Greek for "I have found it". Archimedes said it when he discovered how to use water displacement to test the purity of gold.

Eureka is a greek word, which means I have found it Archamades said this when he found the weght of the crown was indeed gold and not mixed gold, he ran on the streets of Athens shouting Eureka, Eureka.

a eureka can is called eureka because many years ago Archimedes was in the bath and he found that when he got in the water rose this is because he took up space in the tub he then said eureka that is why.

Archimedes

caifornia's state motto is Eureka which 49er's said when they found gold.

Eureka Tower is a building found at Melbourne in Australia.

California's state motto is "Eureka" meaning "I have found it."

I finally found it! Eureka!!

Eureka! I have found it! This is redundant; eureka meansI have found it. But this is how the quote is often given.

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