Jacques Philippe Marie Binet

Catholic mathematician, born Rennes, France, 1786; died Paris, France, 1856. In 1823 he succeeded Delambre in the chair of astronomy at the College de France. In his memoir on the theory of the conjugate axes and of the moment of inertia of bodies he enumerated the principle now known as Binet's Theorem.

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