John Wesley Young

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John Wesley Young (November 17, 1879, Columbus, Ohio, to February 17, 1932, Hanover, New Hampshire) was an American mathematician who, with Oswald Veblen, introduced the axioms of projective geometry, coauthored a 2-volume work on them, and proved the Veblen–Young theorem.

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