Amédée Mannheim

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Victor Mayer Amédée Mannheim (17 July 1831, Paris France – 11 December 1906, Paris France) was the inventor of the modern slide rule. Around 1850, he introduced a new scale system that used a runner to perform calculations. This type of slide rule became known under the name of its inventor: the Mannheim.

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