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William Rowan Hamilton
   is known as a   
Mathematician
Paul Erdos
   said   
"A Mathematician is a Device for Turning Coffee Into Theorems"
Hungarian mathematician
Archimidedes
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
And engineer. Generally considered the greatest mathematician of antiquity; c. 287-212 BC
Aristarhos the Samian
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
Pythagoras
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
Ionian Greek philosopher and mathematician. Born c. 570 BC. Best known for the Pythagorean theorem
Ctesibius of Alexandria
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
Did his work in Ptolemaic Egypt, died c. 222 BCE
Ptolemy
   was an   
Egyptian Mathematician
Lived in Egypt under Roman rule, c. 90-168. Also an astonomer, geographer and King.
Euclid
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
Flourished in Alexandria c. 300 BC; often referred to as the Father of Geometry
Diophantus
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
Flourished c. 250 CE
Pappus
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
Known for his eight volume Collection; taught at Alexandria; (c. 340 BCE)
Archimidedes
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
And engineer. Generally considered the greatest mathematician of antiquity; c. 287-212 BC
Euclid
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
Flourished in Alexandria c. 300 BC; often referred to as the Father of Geometry
Pythagoras
   was a   
Greek Mathematician
Ionian Greek philosopher and mathematician. Born c. 570 BC. Best known for the Pythagorean theorem
Maryam Mirzakhani
   was a   
Mathematician
2017. First woman and first Iranian to win the Fields Medal.
Alan Turing
   was a   
Mathematician
1912-1954. Computing and A.I. The Turing Test was devised to test whether a machine could display intelligence equivalent or indistinguishable from human intelligence.
Martin Gardner
   was a   
Mathematician
1914-2010
Gauss, Ramanujan, Erdos
   are all   
Mathematicians Who Were Prodigies
Hypatia of Alexandria
   was   
A Mathematician, Philosopher, Astronomer and Inventor
She lived in Roman Egypt, and was killed by a Christian mob who falsely blamed her for religious turmoil.
Whitehead, Archimedes, Erdos, Hypatia
   are all   
Mathematicians
Cauchy, Newton, Riemann, Gauss, Leibniz
   are all   
Mathematicians Contributing Greatly to Calculus
G. H. Hardy
   wrote   
A Mathematician's Apology






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