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Leonhard Euler and the Bernoullis : mathematicians from Basel

Autor: M B W Tent
Editorial: Natick, Mass. : A K Peters, ©2009.
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Biografía : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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In the 17th century, the city of Basel was the home of one of the most prominent mathematical families of all time, the Bernoullis, and their friend, protege and master Leonhard Euler. This work  Leer más

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Género/Forma: Biography
History
Biographies
Persona designada: Leonhard Euler; Jakob Bernoulli; Bernoulli family.; Leonhard Euler; Jacques Bernoulli; Bernoulli (Famille); Bernoulli family.; Jakob Bernoulli; Leonhard Euler
Tipo de material: Biografía
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: M B W Tent
ISBN: 9781568814643 156881464X
Número OCLC: 316327158
Notas: Includes index.
Descripción: xix, 276 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contenido: 1. The Bernoullis as Huguenots --
2. The Bernoulli family in Frankfurt and then Basel --
3. Jacob makes his first steps in the study of mathematics --
4. His little brother Johann 'helps' Jacob with mathematics --
5. Having completed his studies in philosophy and theology, Jacob moves on --
6. Jacob travels to Geneva and meets Elizabeth Waldkirch and her family --
7. Jacob teaches Elizabeth Waldkirch to read and write numbers and words --
8. Sundials, and tutoring in France --
9. Jacob meets with mathematicians in Paris --
10. Jacob travels to Holland and England --
11. Jacob settles into life in Basel to lecture and learn --
12. Leibniz's calculus vs. Newton's fluxions --
13. Johann Bernoulli grows up --
14. Two curves studied by the Bernoullis : the isochrone and the catenary --
15. More mathematical challenges from the Bernoullis --
16. Jacob Bernoulli's mathematics --
17. Johann Bernoulli returns to Basel with his family --
18. Johann Bernoulli's son Daniel grows up --
19. Daniel Bernoulli, the Paris prize, and the longitude problem --
20. Leonhard Euler --
21. Leonhard Euler's early education --
22. Leonhard Euler goes to the Latin school in Basel and then on to the university --
23. Daniel and Nicolaus Bernoulli receive a call to the academy at St. Petersburg --
24. The Academy of Sciences at St. Petersburg --
25. Euler begins his career and moves to St. Petersburg --
26. Daniel Bernoulli and Leonhard Euler : an active scientific partnership --
27. The St. Petersburg paradox --
28. Euler's early work in St. Petersburg --
29. Daniel returns to Basel, and Leonhard Euler becomes professor of mathematics at St. Petersburg --
30. Daniel Bernhoulli : a famous scholar --
31. Leonhard Euler : admired professor at St. Petersburg --
32. Euler becomes blind in his right eye --
33. St. Petersburg loses Euler to Frederick the Great of Prussia --
34. The Eulers arrive at the court of Frederick the Great in Berlin --
35. Euler's scientific work in Berlin --
36. Euler's work in number theory --
37. Magic squares --
38. Catherine the Great invites Euler to return to St. Petersburg --
39. The Basel clan.
Responsabilidad: M.B.W. Tent.
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