[bel-trah-mee; Italian bel-trah-mee]
- E·u·ge·nio [e-oo-je-nyaw] /ˌɛ uˈdʒɛ nyɔ/, 1835–1900, Italian mathematician.
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Beltrami believes the minimum wage bill was introduced because it would hurt Republicans no matter what the ballot.
Given the timing, Beltrami found the effort inherently suspect.
Beltrami published an account of his travels in French in New Orleans in 1824.Old Fort Snelling
Marcus L. Hansen
The definite proof that the postulate cannot be demonstrated is due to the Italian Beltrami .The Teaching of Geometry
David Eugene Smith
Beltrami, Nicollett, and Schoolcraft have each in turn claimed the goal of their explorations.Sword and Pen
John Algernon Owens
Riemann and Beltrami are chief among those whose labors characterize the scope of this period.
Beltrami's mathematical investigations were devoted mainly to the non-Euclidean geometry.