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1903 – Born onn the 28th of December in Budapest, Austria Hungary. 1911 – He entered the Lutheran Gymnasium in Budapest. 1913 – His father purchased a title, and the Neumann family acquired the Hungarian mark of nobility Margittai, or the Austrian equivalent von. 1926-  His mother, and his brothers emigrated after Hitler’s rise to ..

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1928 – Born on the 13th of June in Bluefield, West Virginia. 1945 – He published twenty-three Scientific Studies. 1948 – He received both his Bachelor’s Degree and his Master Degree. 1950 – He earned a Doctorate with a Dissertation. 1958 – He started to be paranoid and was admitted into the McLean Hospital. 1959 ..

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1550 – John Napier was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, into the Scottish nobility. John Napier was a Scottish scholar who is best known for his invention of logarithms, but other mathematical contributions include a mnemonic for formulas used in solving spherical triangles and two formulas known as Napier’s analogies. 1563 – Young John Napier entered ..

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1875 – Born on December 19th in Titel in Vojvodina, Serbia from a Serbian family. Mileva Maric was a Serbian mathematician, and Albert Einstein’s first wife. She was Einstein’s companion, colleague, and confidante: the degree of her participation in his discoveries is contested. 1896 – She started studying for a medical diploma at the University ..

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1924 – Benoît B. Mandelbrot, born on the 20th of November in Poland. He is a Franco-American mathematician, best known as the "father of fractal geometry". 1944 – Graduated in Ecole Polytechnique. 1948 – Received M. S. in Aeronautics from the California Institute of Technology. 1952 – Graduated and Received Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences from ..

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1698 – Born on the 3rd of February in Argyle a region of western Scotland. 1709 – At the age of eleven he studied at Univ4ersity of Glasglow in Scotland. 1717 – He became professor of Mathematics at University of Aberdeen in Scotland. 1725 – He was appointed deputy to the mathematical professor at Edinburgh. ..

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1822 – Born on the 4th of March in France. 1841 – He entered the École Normale Supérieure.        – He became professor of mathematics at the Lycée Saint-Louis. 1850 – He was awarded a doctorate for a thesis on vibrating bars using Chladni’s sand pattern method to determine nodal positions.        – He was ..

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1886 – Paul Pierre Lévy, born on the 15th of September in Paris, France. He was a French mathematician who was active especially in probability theory, introduced martingales and Lévy flights. 1905 – Attended the École Polytechnique and published his first paper at the age of 19, while still an undergraduate. 1913 – After graduation ..

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