Bernoulli family
The Bernoullis (/bərˈnuːli/; Swiss [bɛʁˈnʊli];) were a patrician family of merchants and scholars, originally from Antwerp, who resettled in Basel, Switzerland. The name is sometimes misspelled Bernou-ill-i and mispronounced accordingly. Over the course of three generations, the Bernoullis produced eight mathematically gifted academics who, between them, contributed to the foundations of applied mathematics and physics. Niklaus had three sons, who became the foundation of the dynasty of mathematicians:
Bernoulli family
The Bernoullis (/bərˈnuːli/; Swiss [bɛʁˈnʊli];) were a patrician family of merchants and scholars, originally from Antwerp, who resettled in Basel, Switzerland. The name is sometimes misspelled Bernou-ill-i and mispronounced accordingly. Over the course of three generations, the Bernoullis produced eight mathematically gifted academics who, between them, contributed to the foundations of applied mathematics and physics. Niklaus had three sons, who became the foundation of the dynasty of mathematicians: