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Gaspard Monge, Comte de Péluse ( French pronunciation: ​ [gaspaʁ mɔ̃ʒ kɔ̃tə də pelyz] ; 9 May 1746– 28 July 1818) was a French mathematician, the inventor of descriptive geometry (the mathematical basis of technical drawing ), and the father of differential geometry . [2] During the French Revolution he served as the Minister of the Marine, and was involved in the reform of the French educational system, helping to found the École Polytechnique .

Monge was born at Beaune , Côte-d'Or , the son of a merchant. He was educated at the college of the Oratorians at Beaune. In 1762 he went to the Collège de la Trinité at Lyon , where, one year after he had begun studying, he was made a teacher of physics at the age of just seventeen. [3]

After finishing his education in 1764 he returned to Beaune, where he made a large-scale plan of the town, inventing the methods of observation and constructing the necessary instruments; the plan was presented to the town, and is still preserved in their library . An officer of engineers who saw it wrote to the commandant of the École Royale du Génie at Mézières , recommending Monge to him and he was given a job as a draftsman . L. T. C. Rolt , an engineer and historian of technology, credited Monge with the birth of engineering drawing . [4] : 29–30

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Gaspard Monge, Comte de Péluse ( French pronunciation: ​ [gaspaʁ mɔ̃ʒ kɔ̃tə də pelyz] ; 9 May 1746– 28 July 1818) was a French mathematician, the inventor of descriptive geometry (the mathematical basis of technical drawing ), and the father of differential geometry . [2] During the French Revolution he served as the Minister of the Marine, and was involved in the reform of the French educational system, helping to found the École Polytechnique .

Monge was born at Beaune , Côte-d'Or , the son of a merchant. He was educated at the college of the Oratorians at Beaune. In 1762 he went to the Collège de la Trinité at Lyon , where, one year after he had begun studying, he was made a teacher of physics at the age of just seventeen. [3]

After finishing his education in 1764 he returned to Beaune, where he made a large-scale plan of the town, inventing the methods of observation and constructing the necessary instruments; the plan was presented to the town, and is still preserved in their library . An officer of engineers who saw it wrote to the commandant of the École Royale du Génie at Mézières , recommending Monge to him and he was given a job as a draftsman . L. T. C. Rolt , an engineer and historian of technology, credited Monge with the birth of engineering drawing . [4] : 29–30

Groupe Modulo
Groupe Modulo is a French-language educational publisher that provides learning solutions from Kindergarten to University.

Gaspard Monge, Comte de Péluse ( French pronunciation: ​ [gaspaʁ mɔ̃ʒ kɔ̃tə də pelyz] ; 9 May 1746– 28 July 1818) was a French mathematician, the inventor of descriptive geometry (the mathematical basis of technical drawing ), and the father of differential geometry . [2] During the French Revolution he served as the Minister of the Marine, and was involved in the reform of the French educational system, helping to found the École Polytechnique .

Monge was born at Beaune , Côte-d'Or , the son of a merchant. He was educated at the college of the Oratorians at Beaune. In 1762 he went to the Collège de la Trinité at Lyon , where, one year after he had begun studying, he was made a teacher of physics at the age of just seventeen. [3]

After finishing his education in 1764 he returned to Beaune, where he made a large-scale plan of the town, inventing the methods of observation and constructing the necessary instruments; the plan was presented to the town, and is still preserved in their library . An officer of engineers who saw it wrote to the commandant of the École Royale du Génie at Mézières , recommending Monge to him and he was given a job as a draftsman . L. T. C. Rolt , an engineer and historian of technology, credited Monge with the birth of engineering drawing . [4] : 29–30


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