Braikenridge William Braikenridge. William Braikenridge was an Anglican clergyman who worked ongeometry and discovered independently many of the same results as Maclaurin. http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Braikenridge.html
Extractions: William Braikenridge was an Anglican clergyman who worked on geometry and discovered independently many of the same results as Maclaurin . In [1] he is described as follows:- Braikenridge was a noted theologian and for many years he was rector of St Michael's Bassishaw, London. On February he was elected fellow of the Royal Society of Antiquarians and on November of the same year he became a Fellow of the Royal Society. Braikenridge is well known for his geometrical theorems, in particular he discovered the following theorem now called the Braikenridge - Maclaurin theorem:- If the sides of a polygon are restricted so that they pass through fixed points and all the vertices except one lie on fixed straight lines, the free vertex will describe a conic or a straight line This theorem appeared in Exercitatio geometrica de descriptione linearum curvarum published in 1733 but there followed a dispute regarding priority with Maclaurin . Braikenridge claimed to have discovered the theorem, and many other results, in 1726 when he was living in Edinburgh and that
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Mathem_abbrev Carl Bohr, Niels Boltzmann, Ludwig Bolzano, Bernhard Bombieri, Enrico Boole, Alicia(Stott) Boole, George Brahe, Tycho braikenridge, william Briggs, Henry http://www.pbcc.cc.fl.us/faculty/domnitcj/mgf1107/mathrep1.htm
Extractions: Mathematician Report Index Below is a list of mathematicians. You may choose from this list or report on a mathematician not listed here. In either case, you must discuss with me the mathematician you have chosen prior to starting your report. No two students may write a report on the same mathematician. I would advise you to go to the library before choosing your topic as there might not be much information on the mathematician you have chosen. Also, you should determine the topic early in the term so that you can "lock-in" your report topic!! The report must include: 1. The name of the mathematician. 2. The years the mathematician was alive. 3. A biography. 4. The mathematician's major contribution(s) to mathematics and an explanation of the importance. 5. A historical perspective during the time the mathematician was alive.
Liste Alphabétique Des Mathématiciens Translate this page Borel (Émile), Français (1871-1956). Bourbaki (Nicolas), Français (1933- ). braikenridge(william), Anglais (v.1700-1762). Brauer (Richard), Américain (1901-1977). http://www.cegep-st-laurent.qc.ca/depar/maths/noms.htm
Lebensdaten Von Mathematikern Brahmagupta (598 670). braikenridge, william (1700 - 1762). Bramer, Benjamin (1588 - 1652) http://www.mathe.tu-freiberg.de/~hebisch/cafe/lebensdaten.html
Extractions: Marc Cohn Dies ist eine Sammlung, die aus verschiedenen Quellen stammt, u. a. aus Jean Dieudonne, Geschichte der Mathematik, 1700 - 1900, VEB Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften, Berlin 1985. Helmut Gericke, Mathematik in Antike und Orient - Mathematik im Abendland, Fourier Verlag, Wiesbaden 1992. Otto Toeplitz, Die Entwicklung der Infinitesimalrechnung, Springer, Berlin 1949. MacTutor History of Mathematics archive A B C ... Z Abbe, Ernst (1840 - 1909)
Braikenridge Biography of william braikenridge (17001762) william braikenridge. Born 1700. Died 30 July 1762 in London, England http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Braikenridge.html
Extractions: William Braikenridge was an Anglican clergyman who worked on geometry and discovered independently many of the same results as Maclaurin . In [1] he is described as follows:- Braikenridge was a noted theologian and for many years he was rector of St Michael's Bassishaw, London. On February he was elected fellow of the Royal Society of Antiquarians and on November of the same year he became a Fellow of the Royal Society. Braikenridge is well known for his geometrical theorems, in particular he discovered the following theorem now called the Braikenridge - Maclaurin theorem:- If the sides of a polygon are restricted so that they pass through fixed points and all the vertices except one lie on fixed straight lines, the free vertex will describe a conic or a straight line This theorem appeared in Exercitatio geometrica de descriptione linearum curvarum published in 1733 but there followed a dispute regarding priority with Maclaurin . Braikenridge claimed to have discovered the theorem, and many other results, in 1726 when he was living in Edinburgh and that
B Index Brahmadeva (219) Brahmagupta (1512) braikenridge, william (1247) Bramer, Benjamin(180) Brashman, Nikolai (276*) Brauer, Alfred (1412*) Bremermann, Hans http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/B.html
References For Braikenridge References for the biography of william braikenridge References for william braikenridge. Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 19701990). http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/history/References/Braikenridge.html
OPE-MAT - Mathématiciens Hans Brahmagupta Barrow, Isaac Bliss, Gilbert braikenridge, william Bartholin, Erasmus Bloch, André Bramer, Benjamin http://www.gci.ulaval.ca/PIIP/math-app/Historique
OPE-MAT - Historique Translate this page Peter Blaschke, Wilhelm Brahe, Tycho Barocius, Franciscus Blichfeldt, Hans BrahmaguptaBarrow, Isaac Bliss, Gilbert braikenridge, william Bartholin, Erasmus http://www.gci.ulaval.ca/PIIP/math-app/Historique/mat.htm
Extractions: Abel , Niels Akhiezer , Naum Anthemius of Tralles Abraham bar Hiyya al'Battani , Abu Allah Antiphon the Sophist Abraham, Max al'Biruni , Abu Arrayhan Apollonius of Perga Abu Kamil Shuja al'Haitam , Abu Ali Appell , Paul Abu'l-Wafa al'Buzjani al'Kashi , Ghiyath Arago , Francois Ackermann , Wilhelm al'Khwarizmi , Abu Arbogast , Louis Adams , John Couch Albert of Saxony Arbuthnot , John Adelard of Bath Albert , Abraham Archimedes of Syracuse Adler , August Alberti , Leone Battista Archytas of Tarentum Adrain , Robert Albertus Magnus, Saint Argand , Jean Aepinus , Franz Alcuin of York Aristaeus the Elder Agnesi , Maria Alekandrov , Pavel Aristarchus of Samos Ahmed ibn Yusuf Alexander , James Aristotle Ahmes Arnauld , Antoine Aida Yasuaki Amsler , Jacob Aronhold , Siegfried Aiken , Howard Anaxagoras of Clazomenae Artin , Emil Airy , George Anderson , Oskar Aryabhata the Elder Aitken , Alexander Angeli , Stefano degli Atwood , George Ajima , Chokuyen Anstice , Robert Richard Avicenna , Abu Ali Babbage , Charles Betti , Enrico Bossut , Charles Bachet Beurling , Arne Bouguer , Pierre Bachmann , Paul Boulliau , Ismael Bacon , Roger Bhaskara Bouquet , Jean Backus , John Bianchi , Luigi Bour , Edmond Baer , Reinhold Bieberbach , Ludwig Bourgainville , Louis Baire Billy , Jacques de Boutroux , Pierre Baker , Henry Binet , Jacques Bowditch , Nathaniel Ball , W W Rouse Biot , Jean-Baptiste Bowen , Rufus Balmer , Johann Birkhoff , George Boyle , Robert Banach , Stefan Bjerknes, Carl
Biography-center - Letter B List of mathematical biographies indexed alphabetically Brahe, Tycho (479*). Brahmagupta (247). braikenridge, william (274). Bramer, Benjamin (180) http://www.biography-center.com/b.html
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Full Alphabetical Index Translate this page Robinson) (407*) Boyle, Robert (2607*) Boys, Charles (291*) Bradwardine, Thomas (128)Brahe, Tycho (479*) Brahmagupta (247) braikenridge, william (1247) Bramer http://www.maththinking.com/boat/mathematicians.html
Records Template 166 Blackmore william, 106, 17, Carpenter, Somt. 167 Blackmore william, 106, BackedCott. 173 braikenridge Anna F, 45, 30, NO, 174 braikenridge Elizabeth, 45, 25,NO, http://www.clevedon-civic-society.org.uk/weddings/1841bcd.htm
Extractions: We are happy to help with any query, but please leave a message in the Forum as well Welcome to our Records pages, please use the search facility to search our entire site, then use edit, find from your browser bar to find the exact match, alternatively leave a message in the forum or email me Due to the volume of text, it is probably easier to view in 1024 x 768 Click here You may need to select small text from your browser bar! View,Text size, Smaller. Clevedon Civic Society 75: Badman Alfred Somt. 76: Badman Anne Somt. 77: Badman Elizabeth General Servant Somt. 78: Badman Ellen A Somt. 79: Badman Emma Somt. 80: Badman Henry Somt. 81: Badman Simon Somt. 82: Badman Simon Beaufort House Carpenter Somt. 83: Bailey Emma General Servant Somt. 84: Bailey Mary A Somt. 85: Baker Benjamin Somt. 86: Baker Charles Somt. 87: Baker Elizabeth Somt. 88: Baker Hannah Somt. 89: Baker James General Servant Somt. 90: Baker John Road to Walton Labourer Somt. 91: Baker John Moor Lane Gardener Somt. 92: Baker Martha Bound? Servant
B Index Brahmadeva (219). Brahmagupta (1512). braikenridge, william (1247). Bramer, Benjamin (180) http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/B.html
B Index Robinson) (407*) Boyle, Robert (2607*) Boys, Charles (291*) Bradwardine, Thomas (128)Brahe, Tycho (479*), Brahmagupta (247) braikenridge, william (1247) Bramer http://www.math.hcmuns.edu.vn/~algebra/history/history/Indexes/B.html
Fellows Of The Royal Society Pierre Bouguer 25 Jan 1750 Daniel Bernoulli 3 May 1750 william braikenridge 9Nov 1752 Louis A de Bourgainville 8 Jan 1756 Paolo Frisi 9 Jun 1757 Nevil http://www.math.hcmuns.edu.vn/~algebra/history/history/Societies/FRS.html
Norfolk: Genealogy: Gazetteers And Directories:Kelly 1904:Winterton 4 pm Boult Mrs. ER braikenridge George John John Edward, lighthouse keeper BeckGeorge Waters and Stanley, Winterton hall Bridle James william, chief officer http://www.uea.ac.uk/~s300/genuki/NFK/places/w/winterton/kelly1904.shtml
Extractions: Parish Clerk and Clerk to Parish Council, William G. Empson. Winterton Ness, a principal and dangerous promentory on the east coast, is within this parish, and the Trinity Board, in 1850, at the request of the late Joseph Hume esq. M.P. placed a buoy on it. The coast generally is at this point very dangerous to shipping; in ancient times the right to wreckage was appurtenant to the manor, and on one occasion was a cause of a dispute between the Abbot of St. Benet's-at-Holme and the Prior of Norwich. A letter on this subject from William Peacock, steward to Sir John Paxton, then lord of the manor, dated 19 Nov. 1477, is included in the Paston letters. Post, M(oney). O(order). and T(elegraph). O(ffice)., T(elegraph). M(oney). O(order Office)., E(xpress). D(elivery)., S(avings). B(ank). and A(nnuity). and I(nsurance). Office. - Robert Goffin, sub-postmaster. letters from Yarmouth arrive at 7.30 a.m. and 2.45 p.m.; dispatched at 12.45 and 5.5p.m.; sundays, arrive 7.30 a.m.; dispatched 5.5p.m.
Encyclopædia Britannica actor. william braikenridge University of St.Andrews, Scotland Biographicalsketch of the eighteenthcentury English mathematician. http://www.britannica.com/search?query=william occam&ct=igv&fuzzy=N&show=10&star
Encyclopædia Britannica writings. william braikenridge University of St.Andrews, Scotland Biographicalsketch of the eighteenthcentury English mathematician. http://www.britannica.com/search?query=william nicholson&ct=igv&fuzzy=N&show=10&
Extractions: AN INDEX To the Thirty-ninth VOLUME of the Philosophical Transactions. For the YEARS 1735 and 1736. A. Adder, fee Viper, n. p. n. p. Air Inflammable, Experiments concerning it, n. p. Air Inflammable, a Machine for changing it in a Room, n. p. Air Inflammable its Velocity calculated in the centrifugal Bellows, n. p. Amyand (Claudius) a Case of the Foramen Ovale being open in an Adult, n. p. Amyand (Claudius) of an Inguinal Rupture with a Pin in the Appendix Coeci; and Observations on Wounds in the Guts, n. p. , and of Naved Ruptures, n. p. p. and Anderson (Hanvil) his Case, an Inguinal Rupture with a Pin in it, n. p. Arabian Figures, when first used in England, n. p. Argentum vivum, vide Mercurium, n. p. c Arithmetical Machine, by Mr. Gersten, n. p. Armour, Water ; its Dangerousness, n. p. Attraction, one's Hands, if held near one another, will mutually attract each other, n.