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Franz Hilbert (Hilbert's son)
David Hilbert was born in Königsberg, Germany (which is now Znamensk, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia). His mother was, Maria Therese Erdthmann. And his father was, Otto Hilbert.
Käthe Jerosch (Hilbert's Wife)
David's father was a reputable city judge. And his mother was interested in philosophy and astronomy.
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The Hilbert Program
David Hilbert went to college at the University of Königsberg. He mainly studied mathematics. Hilbert received his doctorate degree (a doctorate degree is the highest level degree that you can earn in almost any subject) in 1885.
23 Problems created by David Hilbert
David Hilbert married a woman named Käthe Jerosch. They had a son named Franz Hilbert.
David Hilbert is famous for his "23 problems" which is a planned set of questions for a mathematician. He was also known for the "Hilbert's Program" which is something that is based on one subject than a random one
Today, some people still use 23 problems created by David Hilbert. Most of those people are Mathematicians.
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