l>Augustin-Louis Cauchy | Cauchy"s Life | Cauchy"s trabzondanbak.comematical Accomplishments | Cauchy"s Criterion for Convergence | Bibliography | Back to the front pageAugustin-Louis Cauchy - Cauchy"s LifeSomsack ChaitesipaseutAugustin-Louis Cauchy was one of the greatest trabzondanbak.comematicians during the nineteenth century. In fact, there are sixteen concepts and theorems named after him, more than any other trabzondanbak.comematician. His life began in Paris, France on August 21, 1789, và ended at Sceaux, France on May 22, 1857. His father, Luois-Francois, and his mother, Marie-Madeleine Desestre, provided him & his siblings a comfortable life .Cauchy was exposed khổng lồ famous scientists as a child. The Cauchy family once had Laplace và Berthollet as neighbors, & his father even knew Lagrange. In fact, Lagrange had foreseen Augustin"s scientific greatness when he was a child by warning his father to lớn not show him any trabzondanbak.comematical text before he was seventeen years old .After home schooling, Cauchy entered the École Centrale du Panthéon where he finished his classical studies with distinction. At the age of sixteen, he was admitted to lớn the École Polytechnique in 1805, và two years later, had entered the École des Ponts et Chaussées. Cauchy then left this institute lớn become an engineer where he worked outside of Paris .It was not until 1811 when Lagrange had given Cauchy a problem that he began his trabzondanbak.comematical career. Cauchy was to figure out whether the angles of a convex polyhedron are determined by its faces. & according khổng lồ some, his solution is considered lớn be a ``classic và beautiful piece of work và a classic of trabzondanbak.comematics"". Over a period of fifteen years, 1815-1830, Cauchy"s name grew with distinction as he was appointed adjoint professor & full professor at École Polytechnique, và chairs at the Faculté des Sciences & the Collège de France .Cauchy married Aloïse de Bure in 1818, và she was a close relative of a quảng cáo trên internet who was to publish most of Cauchy"s work .After the July Revolution of 1830, Cauchy lost most of his positions at the instistutes because he refused to take the oath of allegiance to the new king, Louis-Philippe, and decided lớn leave France. It was in 1833 that the ousted king of France, Charles X, called Cauchy to Prague lớn educate his son, who would later be the Duke of Chambord. It was not explained why, but Cauchy"s wife joined him in Prague one year later .Cauchy went back to Paris in 1838 when he finished his work with Charles X in Prague, và resumed his involvement with the Academy. At the time, because Cauchy was a trabzondanbak.comematician, he was exempted from the oath of allegiance. After the establishment of the Second Republique in 1848, Cauchy resumed his position at the Sorbonne. Cauchy continued with his writings và publications through the remainder of his life .Cauchy"s last words lớn the Academy were, ``C"est ce que j"expliquerai plus au long dans un prochain memoire."" Roughly translated, Cauchy said, ``I will explain it in greater detail in my next memoire"" . I can only assume that he was referring khổng lồ a new proof or idea that was not yet thoroughly thought out. Cauchy died eighteen days later at the age of 68.

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