Claude Mydorge

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Prodromi catoptricorum et dioptricorum sive Conicorum operis ad abdita radii reflexi et refracti mysteria praevij et facem praeferentis, 1639

Claude Mydorge (1585 – July 1647) was a French mathematician. His primary contributions were in geometry and physics.

Mydorge served on a scientific committee (whose members included Pierre Hérigone and Étienne Pascal) set up to determine whether Jean-Baptiste Morin's scheme for determining longitude from the Moon's motion was practical.


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