Jean Bernoulli, Swiss mathematician

Jean Bernoulli, Swiss mathematician

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Caption: Jean Bernoulli (1667-1748), Swiss mathematician. Johann, also known as Jean, followed his brother Jacques into mathematics and the two of them did pioneering work in calculus. Johann applied calculus to the measurement of curves, differential equations and mechanical problems. He also discovered the series of numbers that now bear his name.

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