Bernoulli equation

[ ber-noo-lee i-kwey-zhuhn, -shuhn ]

noun
  1. Also called Ber·noul·li's dif·fer·en·tial e·qua·tion [ber-noo-leez dif-uh-ren-shuhl i-kwey-zhuhn, ih-kwey-zhuhn] /bərˈnu liz ˌdɪf əˈrɛn ʃəl ɪˌkweɪ ʒən, ɪˌkweɪ ʒən/ .Mathematics. a differential equation of the form dy + f(x)y = g(x)yn, where n is any number other than 0 or 1.

Origin of Bernoulli equation

1
1915–20; (in def. 1) named after Daniel Bernoulli; (in def. 2) named after Jakob Bernoulli

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