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Gabriel Cramer
 Mathematician
 Switzerland
Date of birth 31 July 1704 Place of birth Geneva Country of nationality Switzerland Gender Male Profession Mathematician Date of death 04 January 1752 Place of death BagnolssurCÃ¨ze  Gabriel Cramer was a Swiss mathematician, born in Geneva. He showed promise in mathematics from an early age. At 18 he received his doctorate and at 20 he was cochair of mathematics. In 1728 he proposed a solution to the St. Petersburg Paradox...Read More
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Gabriel Cramer was a Swiss mathematician, born in Geneva. He showed promise in mathematics from an early age. At 18 he received his doctorate and at 20 he was cochair of mathematics. In 1728 he proposed a solution to the St. Petersburg Paradox that came very close to the concept of expected utility theory given ten years later by Daniel Bernoulli. He published his best known work in his forties.
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Gabriel Cramer, 17041752, Et Ses Correspondants. [With a Portrait.].
Authors  Pierre Speziali 

Edition  2014 
Language  en 
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Condillac: Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge
... years earlier in letters to the Swiss mathematician Gabriel Cramer.1' We cannot
go into detail about these rich letters. It is sufficient to note...
Authors  Etienne Bonnot De Condillac 

Publisher  Cambridge University Press 
Edition  2001 
Language  en 
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Oratio Academica Genevæ Habita An. 1750 ... Qua Respondetur Ad Hanc Quæstionem: Num Semen Tritici in Lolium Vertatur?.
Authors  Gabriel CRAMER (Mathematician.) 

Edition  2014 
Language  en 
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Numbers
1687 Isaac Newton, a British mathematician and physicist, publishes
Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, beginning a new era in science. ...
1750...
Authors  John Tabak 

Publisher  Infobase Publishing 
Edition  2009 
Language  en 
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Mathematics and the Laws of Nature
1687 Isaac Newton, a British mathematician and physicist, publishes
Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, beginning a new era in science. ...
1750...
Authors  John Tabak 

Publisher  Infobase Publishing 
Edition  2009 
Language  en 
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Geometry
1687 Isaac Newton, a British mathematician and physicist, publishes
Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, beginning a new era in science. ...
1750...
Authors  John Tabak 

Publisher  Infobase Publishing 
Edition  2009 
Language  en 
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Introduction to Numerical Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations Using MATLAB
We next introduce the three elementary '0 Gabriel Cramer (17041752) was a
Swiss mathematician who is credited for introducing his namesake rule in his...
Authors  Alexander Stanoyevitch 

Publisher  John Wiley & Sons 
Edition  2011 
Language  en 
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Mathematics for Economics and Finance
2 These results are named after the Swiss mathematician Gabriel Cramer (1704–
1752). Cramer (1750) presented the result that now bears his name as a method...
Authors  Michael Harrison 

Publisher  Routledge 
Edition  2011 
Language  en 
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Intermediate Algebra: A Text/Workbook
A NOTE ON THE HISTORY OF CRAMER'S RULE Cramer's rule is named after
the Swiss mathematician Gabriel Cramer (1704—1752). Cramer's rule appeared...
Authors  Charles McKeague 

Publisher  Cengage Learning 
Edition  2009 
Language  en 
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Intermediate Algebra
Cramer's Rule Cramer's rule is named after the Swiss mathematician Gabriel
Cramer (1704—1752). Cramer's rule appeared in the appendix of an...
Authors  Charles McKeague 

Publisher  Cengage Learning 
Edition  2011 
Language  en 
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