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Hipparchus was a Greek astromer, geographer, mathematician, geometer (190-120 b.c.).

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Hipparchus was likely the first Greek to create quantitative and accurate models for the motion of the sun and moon.

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Hipparchus was a Greek astromer, geographer, mathematician, geometer (190-120 b.c.).

Hipparchus was best known for many things. One of them, he invented trigonometry.

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