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Q: What is the title of the thirteenth volume of Euclid's Elements?

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The thirteenth book of "Euclid's Elements" is called regular solids. In this final book, Euclid names and describes the properties of the five regular solids and ends it by proving no other regular solids exist.

It was called The Elements the 13 volume

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There are 13 different books in "Euclid's Elements". There is not a specific name for the 13th book but it is about Pythagoreans.

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The thirteenth book in Euclids Elements has no specific title, but covers the Pythagorean proofs of Theaetetus (c. 417-369 bc) and the construction of the five regular Platonic solids (pyramid, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, icosahedron) inside a given sphere.

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It doesnt have a specific title. But i feel that it covers the pythagorean proofs of Theaetetus :)

Euclid's Elements is a set of thirteen mini-books and sometimes found as one whole book. The thirteenth book it titled Regular Solids.

The thirteenth book of "Euclid's Elements" is called regular solids. In this final book, Euclid names and describes the properties of the five regular solids and ends it by proving no other regular solids exist.

It was called The Elements the 13 volume

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There are 13 books in Euclid's Elements. The title of Book XIII is " Regular solids."

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