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Sophie Germain

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Event Date: Event Title: Event Description:
New baby 4798 When Sophie Germain was born
Stock photo mathematical equation concerning number theory 47084710 Started working on number theory the number theory she was inspired by Adrien-Marie Legendre
A colorful cartoon grandpa looking over correspondence royalty free clipart picture 100718 194482 954053 Correspondenc with Guass In 1804 she initiated a correspondence with Gauss under her male pseudonym
080221 135129 Guass found out her true identity Gauss only learned of her true identity when Germain, fearing for Gauss’s safety as a result of the French occupation of Hannover in 1807
Memoir Memoir In 1811 Germain submitted an anonymous memoir, but the prize was not awarded
Fourier Joseph Fourier In 1816 Germain met Joseph Fourier,
Writing color Wrote to Guass Meanwhile Germain had actively revived her interest in number theory and in 1819 wrote to Gauss outlining her strategy for a general solution to Fermat’s last theorem,
Research Research During the 1820s she worked on generalizations of her research
Big prize Prize that She Won Her third memoir, with which she finally won the prize, treated vibrations of general curved as well as plane surfaces and was published privately in 1821.
Results Results Her result first appeared in 1825 in a supplement to the second edition of Legendre’s Théorie des nombres.
Coffin construction 13 She died She died cause of breast cancer
Proven rubber stamp md wm Proven Theroem The theorem was proved for all cases by the English mathematician Andrew Wiles in 1995