Thomas Simpson

Thomas Simpson FRS (20 August 1710 – 14 May 1761) was a British mathematician and inventor known for the eponymous Simpson's rule to approximate definite integrals. The attribution, as often in mathematics, can be debated: this rule had been found 100 years earlier by Johannes Kepler, and in German it is called Keplersche Fassregel. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Simpson, Thomas
Published 1660
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by Simpson, Thomas 1710-1761
Published 1740
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Published 1740
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by Simpson, Thomas 1710-1761
Published 1743
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Published 1743
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by Simpson, Thomas 1710-1761
Published 1750
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by Simpson, Thomas 1710-1761
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by Simpson, Thomas
Published 1752
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by Simpson, Thomas
Published 1755
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by Simpson, Thomas
Published 1755
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