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1654 – He was born on the 27th of December in Basel, Switzerland.          – He studied theology and entered the ministry and also studied mathematics and astronomy. 1676 – He traveled throughout Europe to learned latest discoveries in mathematics and the sciences. 1682 – He returned to Basel and he founded a school ..

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1667 – Born on the 27th of July in Basel, Switzerland.          – Bernoulli was hired by Guillaume François Antoine de L’Hôpital to tutor him in mathematics.          – Bernoulli and L’Hôpital signed a contract which gave L’Hôpital the right to use Bernoulli’s discoveries as he pleased. 1691 – John Bernoulli again fueled ..

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1883 – Born on the 7th of February in Peterhead, Scotland.   1904 – He finished college at Stanford.   1907-1926 – He was a Professor at the University of Washington.   1912 – Bell finished PhD at University of Columbia.   Bell produced significant results in number theory, including Diophantine analysis.   1924 – ..

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1835 – Born on the 16th of November in Cremona in Lombardy now part of Italy. 1853 – Studied mathematics at University of Pavia. 1856 – Forced to discontinue his studies because of financial hardship. 1862 – Appointed to the University of Bologna as a professor and he published his first paper.          – ..

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1702 – Thomas Bayes was born in London.   1719 – Enrolled at the University of Edinburgh to study logic and theology: as a Nonconformist, Oxford and Cambridge.   1731 – Published two works in his lifetime: Divine Benevolence, or an Attempt to Prove That the Principal End of the Divine Providence and Government is ..

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English divine, scholar and mathematician 1630 – Isaac Barrow was born October in London. He completed his education at Trinity College, Cambridge. 1648 – He took to hard study, distinguishing himself in classics and mathematics. 1649 – Barrow was elected to a fellowship. 1655 – Became candidate for the Greek Professorship at Cambridge. 1657 – ..

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1882 – Kazimierz Bartel was born 3rd of March in Lemberg, Poland. 1907 – Graduated at the Lwów Polytechnic in the Mechanical Engineering Department. 1907 – He became an assistant in Descriptive Geometry. 1914 – Served as professor at Lwów Polytechnic. 1919 – Appointed as minister of railways. 1922-1930 – He was a member of ..

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1616 – Thomas Bartholin is a Danish mathematician and physician was born 20th of October.   1652 – He gave the first full description of the human lymphatic system.   – His discovery was made at about the same time as Olof Rudbeck.   Bartholin described the use of so-called refrigeration anaesthesia.   Thomas Bartholin ..

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Peter Barlow was an English writer on pure and applied mathematics.   1776 – Peter Barlow was born October in Norwich.   1806 – Barlow was appointed mathematical master in the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich, south-east London.   1811 – Barlow wrote Elementary Investigation of the Theory of Numbers.   1814 – Peter Barlow ..

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