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TopNewestMy vote to Sir Isaac newton

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I feel we are not yet experienced enough to choose and appreciate mathematicians.

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You are right! I agree. We don't know the contributions of all mathematicians so well that we can choose one.

It's like if you ask a 5th grader about his favourite mathematician, he would probably say Pythagoras.

But still, this is not the "Best Mathematician Survey", this is the "Favourite Mathematician Survey".

Thanks for sharing your opinion about it. :)

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Sir Isaac Newton for inventing Calculus (my favourite topic)!

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Good Choice!

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Thanks!

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You can vote here !

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Fermat beacuse of Fermat's Last Theorem and his method of Infinite Descent.

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Great Choice! Thanks for Voting!

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I don't get why this comment was downvoted two times! There's been a lot of nonsensical downvoting going on nowadays.

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\(e^{i\pi} + 1 = 0\). It is Leonhard Euler for me.

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I was waiting for someone to vote for him. Now Euler has 8 votes.

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Voted for Sir Gauss

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Great ! Me too

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Even quantum mechanics makes use of gausian integrals. Gauss the best.

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@Rajdeep Dhingra @Parth Bhardwaj @Mridul Chaturvedi @dharmendra kumar rai @Panshul Rastogi

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Did it 3 times! =D

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"Read Euler, read Euler, he is the master of us all."

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But I voted for Srinivasa Ramanujan because reasons.

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People tend to vote for him.

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Voting for some one does not mean that one has no respect for others. Any one getting less votes does not mean again that he is not respected. There are many factors that decided favorite. And it is different for each voter. Theoretically one getting no vote can be the the second choice of all voters ! Just to put thing in balanced perspective.

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I admire every one of them but i gave my vote to

Srinivasan Ramanujan.After all he isThe man who knew infinityLog in to reply

What does that mean?

That sounds good! Can you explain why you are calling him "The man who knew infinity"?

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His biography is named as

The man who knew infinity. Probably because of his contributions in infinite series.Log in to reply

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Reimann

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Aryabhatta, he was one of the developers of ancient Mathematics

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It's great to see people still respecting scientists of ancient times, who had formed the base of Mathematics.

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Thank you

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All are great personalities , but my single choice goes to "The Ramanujan Sir"

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@Archit Boobna Can you share with us how did you make it?

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strawpoll.me. It is free for anyone to create surveys. It is a website.Log in to reply

According to the Results so far, No one seems to like the Geom King , Euclid.(Sorry Nihar)

My vote goes to Sir Ramanujan!

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Even Nihar has not voted for Euclid, I am waiting for someone to do that. :((

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Let's just keep our hopes high :P

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I know this is not fair but i voted thrice

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Whom did you vote for??

I voted for Sir Ramanujan.

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Gau\(\beta\).Log in to reply

He is the best.

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I see what you did there

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Euler , my favorite! :)

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Srinivasa Ramanujam FTW!!

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I wanted to vote Gauss but I voted for Ramanujan since \(1729\) is my favorite. :)

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I voted for "King of mathematics"

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Who?

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It is like if Gauss is the prince of mathematics then Euler is the king.

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My favorite mathematician is Paul Erdos but here I voted Leonhard Euler

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Don't hate me but I love Fermat.

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Euler and Ramanujan. It was a difficult choice but I chose for the former because whichever article I read, it most probably has one name for sure.

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I think one more name should also be included Terrence Tau.

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That is a good idea, but I had already put too many names and had still a few left in my mind. Sorry for that. :(

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My choice is Aryabhatta . Proud to be an Indian (:

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Fibonacci for making recursions so much more fun!

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Gauss, The complex Calculus Analysis's creater.

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He is no.3 now.

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What's with the down votes. The people who did this think they are better than gauss.

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We're expecting the results of the OPC today, Rajdeep.

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Whom do you think will win?

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Euler

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