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its kenjis

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Josesh Louis Lagrange
by kenji xiong
January 25 1736 to April 10 1813
Turin, Italy is where he was born
He died when he was 77 years old
About Joseph Louis Lagrange
Spouse- Vittoria Conti
Another spouse- Renee-Francoise Le Monnie
Father- Giuseppe Francesco Lodovico Largran
Mother- Maria Theresa Gras
Religion- Unknown


Family and marital
-the french revolution
-american revolution
-the united kingdom is formed
He was a mathematician
Lagrange (1766–1769) was the first to prove that Pell's equation x^2-ny^2=1 has a nontrivial solution in the integers for any non-square natural number n.
occupation and what he did
The stuff that happen when he was alive
His education
He received many awards and commendations for his work while also serving as a teacher who helped guide others towards the learned path.
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