Archimedes Archimedes screw, pi (konstanta matematika), prinsip hydrostatic Archimedes is famous for his theories about the relationship between surface andvolume of a sphere to cylindrical. He was also known as the theory and the formula ofthe principle of hydrostatic and equipment to raise the water - 'Archimedes Screw' orArchimedes screw, which is still widely used in developing countries.Walaupunpengungkit or ungkitan have been found long before the birth of Archimedes,Archimedes is developing a theory to calculate the required load to the lever.Archimedes is also ranked as one of the ancient mathematician and is the best and greatest of his era. Accurate calculations of Archimedes on the curve ball made inmathematical constants for Pi or π. Archimedes was born in 287 BC in the port city of Syracuse, Sicily (now Italy). In his youth, Archimedes is expected to get his education in Alexandria, Egypt. Air is moved upward through an Archimedes Screw threaded on a he story of Archimedes are many stories told by people is when Archimedes finds a way and the formula for calculating the volume of objects that do not have a standard form. According to the story, a crown for King Hiero II had been made and the kingordered Archimedes to examine whether the crown was really made of pure gold orsilver containing added. Due to King Hiero II do not trust the manufacturer's crown.When Archimedes soak in the tub, he noticed that water spilled out of the tub is proportional to her size. Archimedes realized that this effect can be used to calculate thevolume and content of the crown. By dividing the weight of the crown with a volume of water displaced, the density and specific gravity of the crown could be obtained. Severetype of crown would be lower than the density of pure gold crown if the maker was to cheat and add a silver or metal with a lower specific gravity. Because it was too excited by this discovery, Archimedes jumped out of the tub, forget the dress first, and ran outinto the street and screamed "EUREKA!" or 'I find it'. 5kg load is placed at a certain distance can balance the load 100kg on one ungkitan The books written by Archimedes and contains mathematical formulas can still be foundtoday, such as On the Equilibrium of Planes, On the Measurement of a Circle, OnSpirals, On the Sphere and the Cylinder, and so forth. Mathematical theories are made by Archimedes does not mean much to the development of science as Archimedes died.But after his work translated into Arabic in the 8th and 9th century (about 1000 years afterArchimedes died), some mathematicians and thinkers of Islam developed themathematical theories. But the most influence on the development and expansion of themathematical theory is the 16th and 17th centuries, which in that century, the printing press has been found. Many mathematicians are making a book by Archimedes as a handle them, and some mathematicians are Johannes Kepler (1571- 1630) danGalileoGalilei (1564-1642).