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Email: kg.abhi@gmail.com

inventor, a statesman, a printer, a philosopher, a musician, and an economist. He was

the man who is known to have performed the famous kite flying experiment. He was

the man who first thought of an ingenious method of measuring the thickness of a

thin film without any so-called instrument.

famous Mathematician simultaneously developed the method of Calculus with a

different approach and published his work before Newton could get his publication.

4. He received Nobel Prize two times in Physics. In fact, he is the only person to

have got this award twice in the same subject!

keeper of a first division football team in his country. His brother played for the

National team. His son is also a renowned Physicist.

He created some Ragas. He was fluent in more than six languages, translated some

Literature in French. Einstein translated his work in German.

Davy (known as a discoverer of safety lamp) in experimental Chemistry at Royal

Institution, London and spent his remainder of his working life there. He became one

of the greatest experimental Physicists of all time.

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8. An extraordinary Physicist said, ‘I have no particular talent. I am extremely

inquisitive’.

9. He was a genius who loved Numbers the way perhaps nobody could. He was in

his sickbed in a London hospital. A well-known Mathematician went to see him and

felt somewhat uneasy as how to start a discussion; he started with: ‘The number of my

taxi-cab was 1729. It seemed to me a rather dull number.” To which the sick man

replied, “No,…! No,…! It is a very interesting number. It is the smallest number

expressible as the sum of two cubes in two different ways.”

10. He was a famous French-born Mathematician. He lived all his life in England and

was an intimate friend of Newton. He died in 1754 at the age of 87 in curious

circumstances:

Shortly before his death, he declared one day that it was necessary for him to sleep

ten to fifteen minutes longer each day than the preceding one. This way he slept a

total of something over twenty-three hours and then he slept up to the limit of twenty-

four hours, and then died in his sleep.

Answers:

1. United States of America (USA)

2. Gottfried Leibniz

3. Gottfried Leibniz

4. John Bardeen

5. Neils Bohr

6. Satyendranath Bose

7. Michael Faraday

8. Albert Einstein

9. Srinivasa A. Ramanujan

10. Abraham de Moivre

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