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- Indo–French Cooperation in Mathematics
- as well as in its relations with French mathematicians. Now, there are many colla- borations and exchanges of visitors between both countries.
- André Weil
- Cartan, Weil co-founded a group of young French mathematicians from the École Normale, working under the name “Nicolas Bourbaki.
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- French Mathematicians. Push the Panic Button.
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- Is trillion the new billion?
- The words billion and trillion, or variations on them, were first documented by French mathematicians in the 15th Century. A trillion was 1000000000000000000, or the third power of a million.
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- Category:French mathematicians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pages in category "French mathematicians". The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 366 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Mathematicians born in France
- Mathematicians' birthplaces are given relative to modern-day boundaries. Click on the name below to go to the biography.
- Henri Cartan, French Mathematician, 104 - Obituary (Obit
- Aug 24, 2008 Mr. Cartan was known for meticulous proofs and for inspiring a revival of mathematics in France after World War II.
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