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ACF Math

Math

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invented totient function.introduced pi and sigma and phi function.solved konigsberg bridge and basel problems.swiss mathematician.natural log base constant named after him&Mascheroni. number=e leonhard euler
August Mobius
Augustin Louis Cauchy
Banach space
Torus
Traveling Salesman problem
Turing machine
Archimedes
axiom of choice
Banach space
Bernhard Riemann
Bessel function
Camille Jordan
catenary
central limit theorem
chaos
Charles Babbage
Church-Turing thesis
compactness
continuum hypothesis
cycloid
David Hilbert
derivative
determinant
Dirac delta function
Donald Ervin Knuth
Dynamic Programming
Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
eigenvalues
ethernet
Euler characteristic
Fermat's Last Theorem
Fermat's Little Theorem
Fibonacci numbers
field
four color problem
Francis Galton
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
garbage collection
Georg Ferdinand Ludwig Philip Cantor
Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem
Grace Hopper
graphs
groups
Hausdorff space
hyperbola
hyperbolic cosine or cosh
integers
Internet Protocol version 6
Joseph Louis Lagrange
Jules Henri Poincaré
Kernel
knots
Königsberg Bridge Problem
Laplacian [or Laplace operator]
least-squares
Liouville's Theorem
LISP
Lissajous curves or figures
Maria Gaëtana Agnesi
Monte Carlo algorithms
Niels Henrik Abel
Norbert Wiener
Ordinary Differential Equations
parallel
parsers (accept parsing programs)
Pierre de Fermat
planarity
Poincare conjecture
pointers
Poisson distribution
prime numbers
prisoner's dilemma
production possibilities curve
Python
Quicksort
quintic
random walk
Riemann zeta function
ring
Roger Penrose
shortest path algorithms
Siméon Denis Poisson
Simpson's rule
Stack
Stokes' Theorem
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