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Bernoulli was born in Groningen , in the Netherlands into a family of distinguished mathematicians. [ 1 ] The son of Johann Bernoulli (one of the "early developers" of calculus ), [ 1 ] nephew of Jakob Bernoulli (who "was the first to discover the theory of probability "), [ 1 ] and

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In mathematics , the Bernoulli numbers B n are a sequence of rational numbers with deep connections to number theory . They are closely related to the values of the Riemann zeta function at negative integers. There are several conventions for Bernoulli numbers. The most common has B

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Kolak is a prolific philosopher, with over thirty-five authored books and nearly two hundred books edited. [ 1 ] He is professor of philosophy at the William Paterson University of New Jersey (WPUNJ), where he chaired the Philosophy Department and founded and directed the WPUNJ cognitive

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In fluid dynamics , Bernoulli 's principle states that for an inviscid flow , an increase in the speed of the fluid occurs simultaneously with a decrease in pressure or a decrease in the fluid 's potential energy . [ 1 ] [ 2 ] Bernoulli 's principle is named after the Dutch - Swiss mathematician

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Johann was born in Basel , the son of Nikolaus Bernoulli , an apothecary, and his wife, Margaretha Schonauer and began studying medicine at Basel University . His father desired that he study business so that he might take over the family spice trade, but Johann Bernoulli disliked business

Euler–Bernoulli beam equation print that page

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Simple or symmetrical bending 4.2 Maximum stresses at a cross-section 4.3 Strain in an Euler– Bernoulli beam 4.4 Relation between curvature and beam deflection 4.5 Stress-strain relations 5 Boundary considerations 6 Loading considerations 7 Examples 7.1 Three-point bending

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contemporary of Leonhard Euler . He also contributed to fluid dynamics . He was older brother of Daniel Bernoulli , to whom he also taught mathematics. He discussed with him the St. Petersburg paradox . Even in his youth he had learned several languages. From the age of 13, he studied mathematics

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Jakob II Bernoulli print that page

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translation of Mémoires du philosophe de Merian . He was one of the last notable members of the Bernoulli family . v · d · e Bernoulli family tree                 Nicolaus Bernoulli (1623–1708)          

Iomega Bernoulli Box print that page

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The Bernoulli Box (or simply Bernoulli , named after Daniel Bernoulli ) was a high-capacity (for the time) removable disk storage system that was Iomega 's first widely-known product. It was released in 1983. The drive spun a PET film disk at about 3000 rpm , 1 micrometer over a read