Get to know the greatest mathematicians in history

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Mathematics is one of the most common and widely used topics among other sciences. Many people hate it and many love it. Math is a test you cannot take without preparation.

It also needs a good and experienced teacher who can provide you with concepts in the easiest and fastest way possible. In this part of Namnak, we want to introduce you to 11 of the greatest mathematicians in the world.  matchmaticians

Carl Friedrich Gauss

This mathematician was born on April 30, 1777 in Germany. He died on February 23, 1855 in Germany. He won the Copley Medal. He studied at various universities, including various prestigious universities.

In various fields of mathematics, he presented very important works such as number theory, algebra, comprehensive arithmetic, mechanical physics, electrostatics, astronomy, and matrix theory and optics.

Leonhard Euler

The mathematician was born on April 15, 1707 in Switzerland and was buried on September 18, 1783 in Russia. He was influenced by other mathematicians, including Friedrich.

In addition to mathematics, he has made significant discoveries in physics, astronomy, logic, and engineering. He has done a lot in various fields of topology and analytical theory and numbers.

Newton (Isaac Newton)

Newton was born in Britain on January 4, 1943 and was buried in London on March 31, 1727. He studied at prestigious universities, including Cambridge. He was an English mathematician, astronomer and physicist, and was considered one of the most influential scientists of his time.


Euclid was born in Egypt, but his origins are in Greece. The field in which he studied was mathematics. Euclid is also a Greek philosopher who studied philosophy and was a disciple of Socrates who was present at the ceremony at his death.

Srinivasa Ramanujan

The mathematician was born on December 22, 1887, and was buried on April 26, 1920, and studied at major universities, including Cambridge. This Indian mathematician made significant contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, and fractional topics. At the age of 31, he was considered one of the youngest scientific members of the imperial family.


Pierre de Fermat

He was born on August 17, 1601 in France and was buried on January 12, 1986. She was the wife of Louis Lining Format. This French mathematician discovered modern number theory and was able to invent an analytic geometry system. It also showed people different types of computational methods.

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

The mathematician was born in Germany on July 1, 1646 and was buried on November 14, 1716. He studied at prestigious universities and left important influences in various sciences, including mathematics. He applied symbolic logic, which had not received much attention until then.

Albert Einstein

You read in the previous wet articles that Albert Einstein was born in Germany on March 14, 1879 and was buried in New Jersey on April 18, 1955, and was influenced by people such as Gandhi and Newton. He is one of the greatest physicists in history

He proposed the theory of atomism in a paper in 1905. After the publication of this paper, his famous equation E = mc2 made a lot of noise. He has published at least 300 books or articles in the field of physics.

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