variants:
or less commonly Bernoulli equation
Definition of Bernoulli's equation
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[after Jacques Bernoulli †1705 Swiss mathematician]
: a nonlinear differential equation of the first order that has the general form dy/dx + f(x)y = g(x)y^{n} and that can be put in linear form by dividing through by y^{n} and making the change of variable Y = y^{−n+1}
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[after Daniel Bernoulli †1782 Swiss mathematician and scientist]
: an equation used in fluid mechanics that relates pressure, velocity, density, and gravitational acceleration — compare bernoulli effect , bernoulli's theorem
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The first known use of Bernoulli's equation was in 1830
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