Pietro De Martino

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Nuove instituzioni di aritmetica pratica, 1762 (from BEIC digital library.)

Pietro De Martino (1707 – 1746) was an Italian mathematician.

Pupil of Agostino Ariani and Nicola Antonio De Martino, he disputed with Roger Joseph Boscovich on the question if it possible to gain a right result starting from a wrong hypothesis.

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