- The Prince of Mathematics, John Gauss; Carl; Friedrich Gauss (April 30, 1777-February 23, 1855), a famous German mathematician, physicist, astronomer, and geodesist. One of the founders of modern mathematics, Gauss is considered to be the most important number in history
- Newton Isaac, the god of mathematics; Sir Newton (January 4, 1643; March 31, 1727), President of the Royal Society, a well-known British physicist, an encyclopedic all-rounder, author of "Nature Mathematical Principles of Philosophy, Optics. In his thesis "The Law of Nature" published in 1687,
- The last mathematical omnipotent was Poincaré Henry; Jules Henri Poincar eacute; was a French mathematician, celestial mechanics, mathematical physicist, and scientific philosopher. Born in Nancy, France on April 29, 1854, 1912 Died in Paris on July 17, Poincaré's research involves number theory, algebra,
- Everyone's teacher Euler Leonhard; Leonhard Euler (April 15, 1707-September 18, 1783), a Swiss mathematician and natural scientist. Born in Basel, Switzerland on April 15, 1707, and died in St. Petersburg, Russia on September 18, 1783. Euler was born to a priest's family
- The most talented mathematician Galois Evariste; Galois, born October 25, 1811, French mathematician. The founder of group theory of branch disciplines in modern mathematics. Using group theory to thoroughly solve the problem of solving algebraic equations radically, and developed a whole set of theories about groups and fields, which people call Galo
- Riemann Bonhard, the most imaginative mathematician; Riemann, a German mathematician and physicist, made important contributions to mathematical analysis and differential geometry, some of which paved the way for the development of general relativity. His name appears in Riemann zeta; functions, Riemann integrals, Riemann geometry, Riemann lemma, Riemann
- The most revolutionary mathematician Cantor Georg; Cantor (Georg Ferdinand Ludwig Philipp, 1845.3.3-1918.1.6) German mathematician, the founder of set theory. Born in Leningrad, Russia (now St. Petersburg, Russia). Father is a Danish businessman of Jewish descent and mother
- The most discerning mathematician Hilbert David; Hilbert, also translated David; Hilbert, D. (David Hilbert, 1862 ~ 1943) Famous German mathematician. At the 2nd International Congress of Mathematicians in Paris on August 8, 1900, he proposed 23 mathematical problems that mathematicians should strive to solve in the new century.
- The most disruptive mathematician G?del Kurt; Kurt Godel (April 28, 1906; January 14, 1978) was a digitist, logician, and philosopher. Its most outstanding contribution is G?del's incompleteness theorem.
- Tao Zhexuan Chinese Australian mathematician. He has made outstanding contributions in number theory, combinatorial theory, harmonic analysis, and nonlinear partial differential equations. He won the gold medal in the International Mathematical Olympiad before the age of 13, and this record has not been broken so far; therefore he is known as a mathematical prodigy. In Tao Zhexuan's research career
- Perelman, Russian mathematician. He won a gold medal at the International Mathematical Olympiad at the age of 16 and achieved a perfect score; this result has not been surpassed by others. He solved many well-known mathematical problems, including Poincaré conjecture and soul conjecture. As he has lived in seclusion in recent years, there are mathematical hermits
- Conway British mathematician. He has made outstanding contributions in group theory, knot theory, combinatorial game theory, and coding. The life game he invented was a sensation. Not only ordinary people are playing it, but also some well-known mathematicians and computer experts. He is also known as a mathematical player. Conway
- Erdes Hungarian mathematician. He published 1,475 high-level papers (including those co-written with others) in his lifetime, and is the mathematician with the most papers published. He often meditates on mathematical problems and has no interest in other things; numbers are his favorite, so he is known as a number sentiment. Erdes has a lot of fate
- Cardano Italian mathematician, mechanic and medical scientist. He also contributed to fluid mechanics. He was the first to use the plural concept and was the first to make a clinical description of typhus. Cardano's mathematical contributions are reflected in his research on arithmetic and algebra. He first published two arithmetic exercises in 1539
- Cantor German mathematician. His main contribution to mathematics was the creation of new and epoch-making set theory and super-poor number theory; this fundamentally transformed the structure of mathematics, promoted the establishment and development of many other new branches of mathematics, and returned logic Learning has had a profound impact. For more than two thousand years, Ke
- Euler Swiss mathematician, physicist and mechanic. He has made major discoveries in many areas of mathematics; he has also made outstanding contributions in mechanics, optics, and astronomy. More than a dozen terms in mathematics are named after him; he has the reputation of a mathematical hero. Can be seen in almost every field of mathematics
- Hippotia Greek mathematician, philosopher and astronomer. Because of her most intensive lectures and writings on mathematics and astronomy at the time, as well as her philosophical achievements, she was historically described as the world's first outstanding female mathematician and astronomer, and the best female philosopher of all times. According to later generations
- Pythagoras Pythagoras was born in the Aegean Sea to the noble family of Samos (now the eastern island of Greece). He was clever and easy to learn from an early age. He studied geometry, natural science, and philosophy under the guidance of a famous teacher. Because of yearning for the wisdom of the East, I have traveled through thousands of mountains and rivers, and have traveled to two civilizations with very high cultural standards in the world at that time.
- Top ten talented mathematicians at home and abroad: Gaussian Gaussian mathematician, physicist and astronomer. His achievements cover all fields of mathematics, and he has made pioneering contributions in number theory, non-Euclidean geometry, differential geometry, hypergeometric series, complex function theory, and elliptic function theory; he has the beauty of a prince of mathematics
- Mathematician's story: Zu Chongzhi's ten-year-old arrogant words, do not seek promotion or wealth, but only to learn the secrets of the universe. Zu Chongzhi was a mathematician and astronomer in the Southern and Northern Dynasties of China. Zu Chongzhi's mathematical work "Stitch" records many mathematical calculation methods, such as the calculation of some special quadratic equations and cubic equation roots
- Mathematician's story: Yang Hui Yang Hui, an outstanding mathematician in the Southern Song Dynasty of China, he played a very important role in the history of ancient mathematics and mathematics education in China. Yang Hui left a large number of books throughout his life. His famous mathematics book contains five kinds of twenty-one volumes. These works have greatly enriched the ancient mathematical treasure house in China.
- Mathematician's story: Qin Jiushao Qin Jiushao, a Southern Song mathematician, completed the book "Nine Chapters of the Book of Numbers" in 1247. Among them, the Chinese Remainder Theorem, Triclinic Quadrature, and Qin Jiushao's algorithm (numerical method of positive roots of higher order equations) are of global significance Important contribution. In the history of Chinese mathematics, a Han Xin soldier was widely spread.
- Mathematician story: Su Buqing Su Buqing was born in a mountain village in Pingyang County, Zhejiang Province in September 1902. Although his family was poor, his parents saved money and worked hard for his school. When he was in junior high school, he was not interested in mathematics. He felt that mathematics was too simple and he could understand it once he learned it. However, the following lesson
- Mathematician's story: Hua Luo Geng, who was looking at a store, was calculating a math problem. A lady wanted to buy cotton. When she asked Hua Luo Geng how much money, he was completely absorbed in the problem and did not hear what the other person said When he figured out the answer and said a number casually, the lady thought he was talking about cotton
- 数学家的故事：陈景润攻克歌德巴赫猜想 2019-09-05 The story of the mathematician: Chen Jingrun conquered the Goldbach conjectureChen Jingrun, a well-known mathematician, made a significant contribution in overcoming the Goldbach conjecture and founded the famous Chen's theorem, so many people affectionately call him the Prince of Mathematics. But who would have thought that his achievement stems from a story. In 1937, the diligent Chen Jingrun was admitted to the Fuzhou Yinghua Book
- 数学家的故事：8岁高斯发现了数学定理 2019-09-05 Stories of mathematicians: 8-year-old Gauss discovers mathematical theoremsThe famous German scientist Gauss (1777 ~ 1855) was born in a poor family. Gauss himself learned to calculate before he could speak. When he was three years old, one night he watched his father calculate the wages and corrected his father's calculation errors. One day Gaussian math teacher was depressed. To classmates: you
- Little Euler tactfully changed the sheepfold. Little Euler helped her father to raise the sheep and became a shepherd boy. He reads a sheep while she flocks. Dad's flocks gradually increased, reaching 100. The original sheepfold was a bit small, and Dad decided to build a new sheepfold. He measured out a rectangular piece of land with a ruler, 40 meters long and 15 meters wide.
- Little Euler suspected that God little Euler was studying in a missionary school. Once, he asked the teacher how many stars there were in the sky. The teacher is a believer in theology. He doesn't know how many stars are in the sky, and the Bible has not answered them. The teacher did n’t know how to pretend, and answered Euler: How many stars are there in the sky,
- Galileo questioned the authority Galileo was 17 years old and was admitted to the medical department of the University of Pisa. In one class, Professor Biro talked about embryology. He preached: Whether a mother gives birth to a boy or a girl depends on the strength of his father. A father is strong, and a mother gives birth to a boy; a father is weak, and a mother gives birth to a girl. ratio
- On October 25, 1811, the French mathematician Galois was born. Galois' mother was his enlightenment teacher, and he instilled the ancient Greek heroism and romanticism into his son's mind. Under her influence, Galois had a strong curiosity and curiosity since childhood. At the age of 12, Galois was admitted to the local
- According to the official website of Stanford University, Mr. Zhong Kailai, a world-renowned probability scientist, a Chinese mathematician, and a former head of the Department of Mathematics at Stanford University, died in the Philippines on June 2 at the age of 92. A generation of mathematical genius, the world's most recognized academic godfather of probability and the last master, Mathematics at Stanford University
- At the age of 14, Dekanis completed his high school education early for the Magic Runaway. At this time, he was very obsessed with card magic, and often went to the Tennant Magic Store in Times Square to play a few hands. Soon, Dai Vernon, the greatest American magician in the last century,
- Functional analysis, combined mathematics Fields Award Cambridge University, Rouse Ball lecture professor I was born in a music family: my father is a composer, and my mother is a piano teacher. In elementary school, most of my subjects are well studied. Although math is my favorite, there are several other subjects that I almost do the same
- Harmonic Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Probability University of Chicago, Dean of the School of Physics, Max Mason Distinguished Service Mathematics Professor My mother grew up in Germany. The school attended was characterized by extremely strict discipline, and it was particularly lacking in mathematics. Education, so she hates mathematics altogether. My father is
- According to legend, there was a tyrant in ancient times, which imposed regulations on those who entered his territory: those who told the truth killed their heads, and those who spoke falsely drowned. So people dare not enter their territory. A clever peasant broke in with a big wave. When the soldier asked, he said, "I'm here to drown." This stunned the soil soldiers.
- On February 25, 1977, mathematicians Yang Le and Zhang Guanghou studied the theory of functions and obtained important results, which are called Yang Zhang's theorem internationally. Yang Le, Dean of the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and a researcher at the Institute of Mathematics. He was good at math, and developed good study habits when he was in elementary and junior high school.