Person: Cave-Browne-Cave, Beatrice Mabel


Beatrice Mabel Cave-Browne-Cave studied the mathematical tripos at Girton College Cambridge. She the taught mathematics at a High School for eleven years before becoming an assistant to Karl Pearson in the Galton Laboratory of University College, London. She later became an assistant to Leonard Bairstow in the Department of Aeronautics at the Imperial College, London. She published two papers with Pearson and two with Bairstow.

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Born 30 May 1874, Streatham Common, London, England. Died 9 July 1947, Streatham Common, London, England.

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Origin England, Women

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  1. O’Connor, John J; Robertson, Edmund F: MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive