Godfrey Hardy
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Born in Cranleigh, Surrey
Born on 7th of February 1877
Died on 1st of December 1947

Born 1877. Died 1847 - English mathematician.

Studied at Trinity College, Cambridge. Known for his achievements in number theory and mathematical analysis. Described his mathematical philosophy in his book A Mathematicianís Apology (1940), written for the layman.

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