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He was wearing nothing when he shouted eureka.

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According to legend, Archimedes shouted "Eureka!" (which means "I have found it!") while running down the streets naked. The reason he did this is because he found out that, a body immersed in water has a buoyant force equal to the weight of the water that it displaces. He was able to find out if the kings crown was really made of pure gold this way (and it wasn't).

Yes, Pythagoras is a mathematician.

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Archimedes shouted eureka ! eureka !

He was wearing nothing when he shouted eureka.

Archimedes shouted Eureka when he got in the bath!

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it was Archimedes he shouted it after he discovered that thing about the bath. He filled it up and steeped init and realized it over flowed, so without bothering to get dressed he ran down the street screaming Eureka!(I have found it).

The eureka beaker is a beaker to find out the density of irregular shaped objects. Archimedes invented it when he stepped into his bath and saw that the water level rose. He shouted "Eureka!" which means "i have found it!".

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