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  1. Johann Bernoulli (also known as Jean or John; 6 August [O.S. 27 July] 1667 – 1 January 1748) was a Swiss mathematician and was one of the many prominent mathematicians in the Bernoulli family. He is known for his contributions to infinitesimal calculus and educating Leonhard Euler in the pupil's youth.

  2. Johann Bernoulli also plagiarized some key ideas from Daniel's book Hydrodynamica in his own book Hydraulica which he backdated to before Hydrodynamica. Despite Daniel's attempts at reconciliation, his father carried the grudge until his death.

  3. Daniel Bernoulli (Groninga, 29 de enero jul. / 8 de febrero de 1700 greg. - Basilea , 17 de marzo de 1782) fue un matemático , estadístico , físico y médico suizo . Destacó no solo en matemática pura, sino también en las llamadas aplicadas, principalmente estadística y probabilidad .

  4. Nicolaus Bernoulli (1662–1716), painter and alderman of Basel; Johann Bernoulli (1667–1748; also known as Jean), mathematician and early adopter of infinitesimal calculus; Hieronymus Bernoulli (1669–1760), m. Catharina Ebneter; In addition to Jacob and Johann, the Bernoulli family of mathematicians is generally taken to include:

  5. Daniel Bernoulli Daniel Bernoulli nació 8 de febrero de 1700 en Groningen, Holanda. Familia Hijo de Dorothea Falkner y de Johann Bernoulli, fue sobrino de Jakob Bernoulli, ambos investigadores que hicieron aportaciones importantes al primitivo desarrollo del cálculo. Tuvo dos hermanos, Nicolás y Johann.

  6. 08/02/2012 · Biography Daniel Bernoulli was the son of Johann Bernoulli.He was born in Groningen while his father held the chair of mathematics there. His older brother was Nicolaus (II) Bernoulli and his uncle was Jacob Bernoulli so he was born into a family of leading mathematicians but also into a family where there was unfortunate rivalry, jealousy and bitterness.

  7. Johann Bernoulli (1667-1748) Switzerland Johann Bernoulli learned from his older brother and Leibniz, and went on to become principal teacher to Leonhard Euler. He developed exponential calculus; together with his brother Jacob, he founded the calculus of variations. Johann solved the catenary before Jacob did; this led to a famous rivalry in ...

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