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*Henri Poincaré*.

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700 words, approx. 3 pages

Jules-Henri Poincaré
1854-1912
French Mathematician, Scientist and Philosopher of Science
Jules-Henri Poincaré was one of the greatest mathematicians of modern times. In an age of increasing...
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Jules-Henri Poincaré
1854-1912
French mathematician who contributed to all fields of mathematics but may be best known for his work in celestial mechanics, which led to the development of the new...
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3,193 words, approx. 11 pages

PoincarÉ, Jules Henri(1854–1912)
Jules Henri Poincaré, the French mathematician and philosopher, was born into a distinguished family at Nancy. His cousin Raymond was both prime m...
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The French mathematician Jules Henri Poincaré (1854-1912) initiated modern combinatorial topology and made lasting contributions to mathematical analysis, celestial mechanics, and the philosoph...
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Jules Henri Poincaré has been described as the last great universalist--"the last man," E. T. Bell wrote in Men of Mathematics, "to take practically all mathematics, pure and applied, as his pr...
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1,186 words, approx. 4 pages

Jules Henri Poincaré has been described as the last great universalist--"the last man," E. T. Bell wrote in Men of Mathematics, "to take practically all mathematics, pure and applied, as his pr...
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The contributions made by Poincaré to mathematics, physics, and celestial mechanics are equalled perhaps by only a few others such as Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Carl Friedrich Gauss. Bo...
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