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Giuseppe Peanos parent worked on a farm and Giuseppe was born in the farmhouse Tetto Galant about 5 km from Cuneo He attended the village school in Spinetta then he moved up to the school in Cuneo making the 5km journey there and back on foot every day His parents bought a house in Cuneo but his father continued to work the fields at Tetto Galant with the help of a brother and sister of Giuseppe while his mother stayed in Cuneo with Giuseppe and his older brother Giuseppes mother had a brother who was a priest and lawyer in Turin and when he realized that Giuseppe was a very talented child he took him to Turin in 1870 for his secondary schooling and to prepare him for university studies Giuseppe took exams at Ginnasio Cavour in 1873 and then was a pupil at Liceo Cavour from where he graduated in 1876 and in that year he entered the University of Turin Among Peanos teachers in his first year at the University of Turin was DOvidio who taught him analytic geometry and algebra In his second year he was taught calculus by Angelo Genocchi and descriptive geometry by Giuseppe Bruno Peano continued to study pure mathematics in his third year and found that he was the only student to do so The others had continued their studies at the Engineering School which Peano himself had originally intended to do In his third year Francesco Fa di Bruno taught him analysis and DOvidio taught geometry Among his teachers in his final year were again DOvidio with a further geometry course and Francesco Siacci with a mechanics course On 29 September 1880 Peano graduated as doctor of mathematics Peano joined the staff at the University of Turin in 1880 being appointed as assistant to DOvidio He published his first mathematical paper in 1880 and a further three papers the following year Peano was appointed
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