What would you like to do?
Evariste Galois worked on quadratics when he was a teenager. He was able to establish the means to solve quadratics using radicals and laid the ground work for what became… Galois theory. Unfortunately, he died when he was only 20 years old during a duel.
Perhaps it is either Joseph Fourier or Pierre-Simon Laplace.
1. Fauré 2. Saint- Saëns 3. Massenet 4. Gounod 5. Dukas 6. Berlioz 7. Franck 8. Bizet 9. Offenbach 10. Godard 11. Chausson 12. Chabrier (This is …not in order of birth) Debussy, Ravel, and Satie were also born in the 19th century, but I did not put them here, because the style was more 20th Century.
olympe de gouges
This 19th century French mathematician did very innovative work with equations and quadratic forms He correspondended at length with other mathematicians and often contributed to their work His wo?
France allied with Russia but Napolean turned on them
Bernhard Riemann and Nikoai Lobachevski oh wiki, how we love you for apex answers
This is known as the Coriolis Effect.
What is the result of the rotation of the earth that was the phenomenon neamd for a 19th century French mathematician is known as?
by ur sweaty balls
Victor Hugo was the most important French novelist of the Nineteenth century. Les Miserables ( La Mirable ) was the most famous work of that century. He was a gifted poet also….
Rene Decartes.(Pronounced Rin-a DAY-cart)
Bernhard Riemann Nikolai Lobachevsky