Geoffrey Harold Hardy, prestigious mathematician, was born on February 7, 1877.

On this day (February 7), 1877, Geoffrey Harold Hardy, a prestigious mathematician from the beginning of the 20th century, was born.
Godfrey Harold Hardy was an English mathematician, known for his achievements in number theory and mathematical analysis . In biology, it is known for the Hardy-Weinberg principle, a basic principle of genetics of populations .
As a child, Godfrey Harold Hardy did not like applied mathematics as he found it boring, although he ended up making very important contributions to it.
As a summary of his contributions to science:
  • is credited with creating the symbol used in limits ; " -> "
  • The Hardy-Weinberg law which explains that there will be no evolutionary change in the population of a species as long as natural selection does not act
  • In his book "A course of pure Mathematics" he gives a very clear introduction to calculus students
  • In "A mathematician´s apology" he describes what the mind of a mathematician is like and talks about aesthetics from a mathematical point of view.
As a curiosity to comment that Geoffrey Harold Hardy "discovered" and supported the self-taught Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, recognizing in him a great talent. He helped him work in England and publicize his work.
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- Hardy, to dinner
- wait... wait... this is over...
- what are you doing?
- look... look...
- oh! what are those doodles!
- I have discovered a mathematical inequality
- that's a call to Beelzebub!
- no, it's a formula
- exorcism!
- mom...
- let's warn the exorcist!
- mom....
- diabolical possession!
- mom don't run!
- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh....

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