Bernoulli /bəːˈnuːi/

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I. the name of a Swiss family that produced many eminent mathematicians and scientists:
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Jakob (1654–1705); also known as Jacques or James Bernoulli. He made discoveries in calculus and contributed to geometry and the theory of probabilities.
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Johann (1667–1748), the brother of Jakob, who contributed to differential and integral calculus; also known as Jean or John Bernoulli.
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Daniel (1700–82), son of Johann. His greatest contributions were to hydrodynamics and mathematical physics.

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