Gaston Albert Gohierre de Longchamps

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Gaston Albert Gohierre de Longchamps (1 March 1842 – 9 July 1906) was a French mathematician.[1]

Gohierre de Longchamps was born on 1 March 1842 in Alençon. He studied at the École Normale Supérieure beginning in 1863, and began a career as a teacher beginning in 1866. He retired from the Lycée Saint-Louis, his final teaching position, in 1897, and died in Paris on 9 July 1906.[1][2]

De Lonchamps was a member of many international scientific societies, and in 1892 became a chevalier of the Legion of Honor.[1] He was the editor of the Journal de mathématiques élémentaires and an associated journal, the Journal de mathématiques spéciales, taking both journals over from their founder J. Bourget.[1][2][3] The de Longchamps point of a triangle is named after him, for his 1886 study that identified this point.[2][4]

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  1. ^ a b c d Lazzeri, G. (1907), "Gastone Gohierre de Longchamps", Periodico di matematica per l'Iinsegnamento secondario, Ser. III (in Italian), 4: 53–59.
  2. ^ a b c Ayme, Jean-Louis, Gaston Albert Gohierre de Longchamps dans les journaux scientifiques (PDF) (in French), retrieved 2012-09-06.
  3. ^ Altshiller-Court, Nathan (2007), College Geometry: An Introduction to the Modern Geometry of the Triangle and the Circle (2nd ed.), Courier Dover Publications, p. 295, ISBN 9780486458052.
  4. ^ Vandeghen, A. (1964), "Mathematical Notes: Soddy's Circles and the De Longchamps Point of a Triangle", The American Mathematical Monthly, 71 (2): 176–179, doi:10.2307/2311750, MR 1532529.

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