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Selig Brodetsky

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Selig Brodetsky M.A., B.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.A.S., A.F.R.Ae.S.

1939 Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Leeds. Private address: 3, Grosvenor Road, Leeds, 6.

1906-11 Scholar, Trinity College, Cambridge.

1908 Senr. Wrangler, Mathematical Tripos.

1914-19 Isaac Newton Student, Cambridge; Lecturer, Bristol University.

1920-24 Reader in Applied Mathematics, Leeds University.

Professor, 1924-. Books: "A First Course in Nomography" (Bell); "Mech. Principles of the Aeroplane" (Churchill); "Sir Isaac Newton" (Methuen); "The Meaning of Mathematics" (Benn).

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