Albert Einstein

He was born on March 14,1879

He Created E=mc^2

He was once quoted as saying, “I never failed in mathematics…before I was fifteen I had mastered differential integral calculus.”

He is from Ulm, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Empire

He is the Father of Atomic Age

Isaac Newton

He was born on December 25, 1642

He was famous for Newton’s method for estimating roots of a function

He was a student at Trinity College in Cambridge

Isaac Newton is one of the most celebrated and recognized mathematicians and physicists in world history.

Newton went on to publish a very influential work titled The Principia and it centered on infinitesimal calculus in geometric form.

Pythagoras

Born on 570 BC in on the island of Samos

Pythagoras was a Greek mathematician known for formulating the Pythagorean Theorem.

Around 529 BC, Pythagoras settled in Crotona, an Italian colony, and founded a school, or a brotherhood, among the city’s aristocrats.

He also believed that the human soul is immortal and after death it moves into another living being, sometimes an animal.

Pythagoras believed the earth was round and that the sun, moon, and other planets had their own movements. His beliefs eventually led to the Copernican theory of the universe.

Emmy Noether

She was born on March 23, 1882, in Erlangen, Bavaria, Germany

She is famous for Formulating Noether’s Theorem

Her father was also a mathematician, Max Noether, and he sparked her interest for math later on in her life.

During her time there, she taught classes and contributed to the Galois Theory through research and studying.

In 1935, Emmy passed away. She was cremated and her ashes were spread at Bryn Mawr under a walkway.

Adrien-Marie Lengendre

He was born on September 18, 1752

He worked on quadratic reciprocity law in number theory

He made remarkable contribution to application of analysis to number theory and division of primes.

In 1787, he joined the French team under Jacques Dominique...