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Clairaut's Differential Equation -- from Wolfram …

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Clariant - Wikipedia

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Clariant is a speciality chemicals company, formed in 1995 as a spin-off from Sandoz. The company is focused on four business areas: care chemicals (consumer and industrial); catalysis; natural resources (oil & mining, minerals); and plastics & coatings.

Symmetry of second derivatives - Wikipedia

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In mathematics, the symmetry of second derivatives (also called the equality of mixed partials) refers to the possibility under certain conditions (see below) of interchanging the order of taking partial derivatives of a function

CLEA Comité de Liaison Enseignants Astronomes

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Primé par l'Académie des Sciences et la Société Astronomique de France, le CLEA vise, sans but lucratif, à la promotion de l'enseignement de l'astronomie.

The 100 Greatest Mathematicians - …

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At some point a longer list will become a List of Great Mathematicians rather than a List of Greatest Mathematicians. I've expanded my original List of Thirty to an even Hundred, but you may prefer to reduce it to a Top Seventy, Top Sixty, Top Fifty, Top Forty or Top Thirty list, or even Top Twenty, Top Fifteen or Top Ten List.

Equations of the first order and higher degree, …

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Equations of the first order and higher degree, Clairaut’s equation. Singular solutions and extraneous loci. Discriminant of a differential equation.

Satz von Schwarz – Wikipedia

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Der Satz von Schwarz (nach Hermann Amandus Schwarz; wird auch Satz von Clairaut genannt; oder auch Young-Theorem) ist ein Satz der Mathematik in der Differentialrechnung mehrerer Variablen.

Voltaire - Voltaire galerie des peintures

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Galerie des peintures - les gens dans la vie de Voltaire et Émilie du Châtelet. boucoup de photos

Oeuf double - MATHCURVE.COM

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Courbe étudiée par Villalpando en 1606, et par Münger en 1894. Autres noms : biovale, courbe proportionnatrice (nom donné par Villalpando).

Calculus III - Higher Order Partial Derivatives

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In the section we will take a look at higher order partial derivatives. Unlike Calculus I however, we will have multiple second order derivatives, multiple third order derivatives, etc. because we are now working with functions of multiple variables. We will also discuss Clairaut’s Theorem to help with some of the work in finding higher order ...

Alexis Clairaut - Wikipedia

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Alexis Claude Clairaut was a French mathematician, astronomer, and geophysicist. He was a prominent Newtonian whose work helped to establish the validity ...

Clairaut's equation - Wikipedia

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In mathematical analysis, Clairaut's equation (or the Clairaut equation) is a differential equation of the form. y ( x ) = x d y d x + f ( d y d x ) {\displaystyle ...

Clairaut's theorem - Wikipedia

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Clairaut's theorem is a general mathematical law giving the surface gravity on a viscous rotating ellipsoid in equilibrium under the action of its gravitational field ...

Alexis Claude Clairaut

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Alexis Clairaut was educated at home by his father, who taught mathematics in Paris. He learned to read from Euclid's Elements, and by the age of 9 he had ...

Alexis Clairaut (1713-1765) - MacTutor History of Mathematics

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Alexis Clairaut's father, Jean-Baptiste Clairaut, taught mathematics in Paris and showed his quality by being elected to the Berlin Academy. Alexis's mother ...

Alexis-Claude Clairaut | French mathematician and physicist ...

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Alexis-Claude Clairaut: Clairaut's equation: …18th-century French mathematician and physicist Alexis-Claude Clairaut, who devised it. In 1736, together with ...

Alexis Claude Clairaut (1713 - 1765)

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Alexis Claude Clairaut (1713 - 1765). From `A Short Account of the History of Mathematics' (4th edition, 1908) by W. W. Rouse Ball. Alexis Claude Clairaut was  ...

Clairaut's Differential Equation -- from Wolfram MathWorld

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1446, 1980. Zwillinger, D. "Clairaut's Equation." §II.A.38 in Handbook of Differential Equations, 3rd ed. Boston, MA: Academic Press, pp. 120 and 158-160 , 1997.

Lagrange and Clairaut Equations - Math24

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where ψ(y′) is a nonlinear differentiable function. The Clairaut equation is a particular case of the Lagrange equation when φ(y′)=y′. It is solved in the same ...