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Georg Ohm was born on March 16 in 1789 in the university town of Erlangen, Bavaria
Johann Ohm (his father) taught him science and mathematics at home
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In 1805, he began studying at Erlangen University, but he left after three semesters having spent much of his time enjoying himself and too little time on his studies.
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Ohm was then sent to Switzerland in 1806, accepting a position as a mathematics teacher in Gottstadt. Ohm found time to continue his private study of mathematics.
Some years later, Ohm returned to Erlangen, and in 1817, he became a mathematics teacher at the Jesuits’ College in Cologne. While here,he developed his important theory.
In 1827, Ohm published his famous book containing Ohm’s law, in which he detailed his complete theory of electricity.
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