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MERLOT II


    

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Material:

Thales of Miletus

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Used in course
Submitted by: Ross macdonald (Student), Dec 08, 2003
Comment: I spent about 20 minutes reading this page on Thales. This page, about a
mathemetician I had never heard of before, gave me a little bit of a laugh. It
is interesting that this man was cresited with being able to measure the height
of the pyramids, by using the most obvious of means. Again, a well researched
page, but pretty dry, too factual. The facts are complete, with sources, but
still dry. Alll together, the research seems to be terrific, so I give it a 4