# Bernoulli

Ber·noul·lior Ber·nouil′li

- 1700-82; Swiss scientist, known for his work on hydrodynamics: son of Jean
- 1654-1705; Swiss mathematician, known for his work on calculus: brother of Jean
- 1667-1748; Swiss mathematician, known for his work on calculus

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## Bernoulli

**Jakob**or

**Jacques**(1654-1705), an important developer of ordinary calculus and the calculus of variations. His brother

**Johann**or

**Jean**(1667-1748) developed the calculus of variations. Johann's son

**Daniel**(1700-1782) anticipated the law of conservation of energy, did pioneering work in the molecular theory of gases, and contributed to probability theory and the theory of differential equations.

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