Ignatz Mühlwenzel
Ignatz Heinrich Mühlwenzel c 1690 – 11 July 1766 was a Czech mathematician
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Ignatz Heinrich Mühlwenzel referred to in Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Oesterreich as Heinrich Mühlwenzel1 was a member of the Jesuit order and a professor of mathematics at the University of Prague He was of minority German ethnics in western Czech border He was a skilled optician who ground lenses for his own telescopes Mühlwenzel is notable because his mathematical "descendants," which include Johann Radon, number more than 580012
In 1736 he published Fundamenta mathematica ex arithmetica, geometria et trigonometria
Referencesedit
 ^ a b Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Oesterreich, Vol 19, Vienna 1868, p 318 on German Wikisource
 ^ Mathematics Genealogy Project entry for Ignatz Mühlwenzel
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