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Smolensky Cemetery
in
St. Petersburg
contained the graves of mathematician
Leonhard Euler
and
Ukraine
's
national poet
Taras Shevchenko
?
quartic reciprocity
was first
conjectured
by
Swiss
mathematician
Euler
in 1748–1750, but not proved until 1836–37 by
Prussian
mathematician
Jacobi
?
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Isaac Newton
12th-century
Muslim scientist
Al-Khazini
, who proposed a theory of
gravitation
long before
Isaac Newton
, was, in his early life, a
slave
of the
Seljuq Turks
?
Isaac Newton
was so unhappy with the publication of his
Arithmetica Universalis
, he considered buying all the copies of the first edition so he could destroy them?
Benjamin Motte
published many famous works such as
Jonathan Swift
's
Gulliver's Travels
(pictured)
and the first English edition of
Isaac Newton
's
Principia
, an edition that became the standard translation for over 200 years?
Cranbury Park
(pictured)
near
Winchester
,
England
, was the home of Sir
Isaac Newton
?
William Chaloner
was a counterfeiter, swindler, charlatan, sham plotter, and
agent provocateur
, who was convicted by
Isaac Newton
, sent to
Newgate Prison
, and hanged on the gallows at
Tyburn
?
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