Gauss and his father.
Can you provide a reference for this?
Wouldn't the Bernoullis be there somewhere?
I couldn't find a reference to support the OP's post.
For Gauss, his father was a bricklayer not a mathematician:
This was a joke making the rounds at Harvard around 1975... As the story was told, some poor fool of a grad student tried it in front of Garrett Birkhoff.
I figured it was but wanted the OP to elaborate what he/she was thinking.
I think it's a trick question. Math isn't a team sport.
Here's a real father and son team, the DeMaines:
I first saw them in the beautiful documentary Beyond the Folds about origami art, science, engineering and math.
Gauss and his father story is classic! :D
This is more modern. https://www.sciencenews.org/article/father-son-mathematicians-fold-math-fonts
Their names.. Martin Demaine and Erik Demaine
I love coincidence in nature. Thanks all Gods and Goddesses!!!!!
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