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Macron’s proposals will draw on a report by Cedric Villani, a mathematician with a penchant for Gothic suits who’s now a French lawmaker.
Bob Rosenbaum was a mathematician with a wry sense of humor and a desire to make math more accessible to all.
The concept has been studied for thousands of years—with mathematicians gradually becoming more adept at approximating its true value.
Prodigious French mathematician, physicist and philosopher Blaise Pascal is perhaps best known for creating the mechanical calculator.
For example, in 2013 transit analyst and mathematician Alon Levy took apart Elon Musk's white paper for a Hyperloop from San Francisco to LA.
The mathematician outlined what became known as the Langlands programme in 1967 and carried out parts of it himself.
Even the English mathematician Alan Turing, famed for cracking the Enigma code, was fascinated by embryology.
Name the world-renowned physicist (as well as cosmologist, mathematician and author) who died on Wednesday at age 76.
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: a person who is an expert in mathematics
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