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61. Russian Mathematician Announces Proof Of Celebrated PoincarÃ© Conjecture russian mathematician announces proof of celebrated PoincarÃ© Conjecture. By Alex Lefebvre 3 June 2003. http://www.wsws.org/articles/2003/jun2003/mathj03_prn.shtml  

62. Celebrated Math Problem Solved, Russian Reports By SARA ROBINSON. A russian mathematician is reporting that he has proved the PoincarÃ© Conjecture, one of the most famous unsolved problems in mathematics. http://www2.polito.it/didattica/polymath/htmlS/Interventi/Articoli/Poincare/Repo 
63. A Fate Of The Great Mathematical Discoveries When in 1826 the young russian mathematician Nikolay Lobatchevski from the Kazan University came to the new geometric system (Lobatchevski s geometry) his http://www.goldenmuseum.com/1103MathDiscover_engl.html  

64. A Short History Of Probability In 1933 a monograph by a russian mathematician A. Kolmogorov outlined an axiomatic approach that forms the basis for the modern theory. http://www.cc.gatech.edu/classes/cs6751_97_winter/Topics/statmeas/probHist.html  

65. TheWorldJournal.com News Forums  Powered By XMB 1.8 Partagium Final SP3 TheWorldJournal.com News Forums Â» Science Â» Celebrated Math Problem Solved, Says russian Mathematician, go to bottom. http://www.theworldjournal.com/forum/viewthread.php?tid=315 
66. TheWorldJournal.com News Forums  Powered By XMB 1.8 Partagium Final SP3 A russian mathematician is reporting that he has proved the PoincarÃ© Conjecture, one of the most famous unsolved problems in mathematics. http://www.theworldjournal.com/forum/post.php?action=reply&repquote=1352&tid=315 
67. Links Journals (Free Access); russian Mathematical Journals (Free Access); Electronic journals math, phys, CERN list and scientific publishers http://wwwth.itep.ru/mathphys/links/links.htm 
68. References For Luzin Nauk 7 (2) (1952), 1730. LV Keldysh, The ideas of NN Luzin in descriptive set theory, russian Mathematical Surveys 29 (5) (1974), 179193. http://wwwgap.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/References/Luzin.html 
69. Gregori Aleksandrovich Margulis Â EncyclopÃ¦dia Britannica born Feb. 24, 1946, Moscow, Russia, USSR russian mathematician who was awarded the Fields Medal in 1978 for his contributions to the theory of Lie groups. http://www.britannica.com/eb/article?eu=100135&tocid=0&query=margulis, lynn 
70. Lobachevski, Nikolai Â Britannica Student Encyclopedia (1792Â1856), russian mathematician, born in Nizhni Novgorod; cofounder, with Hungarian mathematician JÃ¡nos Bolyai, of nonEuclidean geometry; entered Univ. http://www.britannica.com/ebi/article?eu=340149&query=bernhard riemann&ct=ebi 
71. Biographies The russian mathematician Chebyshev established the inequality that gives an upper bound on the probability of a large deviation from the mean. http://www.fmi.unisofia.bg/vesta/Virtual_Labs/resources/resources3.html  

72. References Men shov, DE, SB Stechkin and PL Ul yanov. Nina Karlovna BariObituary, russian Mathematical Surveys, 17(1) 1962, 119127. Michalowicz, Karen Dee. http://www.agnesscott.edu/lriddle/women/biblio.htm  

73. MSN Encarta  Print Preview  Calculus (mathematics) In the 18th century, the great Swissrussian mathematician Leonhard Euler, who had studied with Johann Bernoulli, wrote his Introduction to the Analysis of http://encarta.msn.com/text_761568582___5/Calculus_(mathematics).html  

74. A. A. Markov  Encyclopedia Article About A. A. Markov. Free Access, No Registra Pafnuty Lvovich Chebyshev ( ? ?) (May 4 1821 November 26 1894) was a russian mathematician. http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/A. A. Markov  

75. Department Of Probability Theory Gikhman II, Skorokhod AV, Yadrenko MI Probability theory and mathematical statistics, Vyshcha shkola, Kiev, 1979, 408 p. (russian). http://www.iamm.ac.donetsk.ua/english/math_sta.html 
76. Lobachevsky, Nikolay Ivanovich 24 Feb. 12, OS, 1856, Kazan), russian mathematician who, with JÃ¡nos Bolyai of Hungary, is considered the founder of nonEuclidean geometry. http://www.phy.bg.ac.yu/web_projects/giants/lobachevsky.html  

77. Math Digest article). These articles discuss reports that a russian mathematician, Grigory Perelman, has solved the PoincarÃ© Conjecture. Long http://www.ams.org/newinmath/mathdigest/200305poincare.html  

78. This Mathematical Month better economic opportunities. This exodus posed a serious threat to the vibrant russian mathematical tradition. The AMS formulated http://www.ams.org/ams/thismathmonth.html  

79. Russian Reports He Has Solved A Celebrated Math Problem By SARA ROBINSON. russian mathematician is reporting that he has proved the PoincarÃ© Conjecture, one of the most famous unsolved problems in mathematics. http://www.math.uic.edu/~agol/blog/15MATH.html  

80. Type_Document_Title_here Department of Applied Mathematics is one of the leading russian centers in the field of mathematical physics, mathematical and computer modeling, and http://pm.miem.edu.ru/info_e.htm  

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