Q: Did Felix Klein have children

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Euler introduced the term affine (Latin affinis, "related") in 1748 in his book "Introductio in analysin infinitorum." Felix Klein's Erlangen program recognized affine geometry as a generalization of Euclidean geometry.

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Felix was the Roman procurator (governor) of Judea between 52 and 58/59 CE.

Laboratory tests. the Weil-Felix test. This test is based on the fact that some of the antibodies that are formed in the body during a rickettsial infection can react with certain strains (OX-2 and OX-19) of Proteus bacteria and cause them to clump

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Felix Klein was born on April 25, 1849.

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Felix Klein was born on April 25, 1849 and died on June 22, 1925. Felix Klein would have been 76 years old at the time of death or 166 years old today.

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umm well though christian Felix Klein was married to Anne Hegel he never had children his dear wife though had 2 miscarriage's so they were not able to have children and well i think it broke them apart.

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Felix Mendelssohn had three siblings two sisters and one brother. Their names were Fanny, Rebecka, and Paul.

Perry Klein has written: 'Concepts and strategies in children's science experimentation' -- subject(s): Experiments, Science, Metacognition in children, Reasoning in children, Study and teaching (Elementary), Cognition in children

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she had no children of her own