What did Plato contribute to Mathematics?
<Tab/> Plato was born in 428 B.C to Ariston, a descendent from early kings of Athens, and Perictione, a distant relative of the 6th century lawmaker Solon. He was a Greek philosopher. Throughout his life, in his Academy, he educated those who would become some of the most influential mathematicians and philosophers. Plato's many contributions to modern mathematics include the founding of the Academy of Athens, method of philosophical problem solving, and his Theory of Forms.
In 387, he founded the Academy of Athens, the first European university, whi…
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