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John Forbes Nash Jr was born and lived in BlueField, West Virginia. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/nash/peopleevents/p_jnash.html
John had a younger sibling named Martha. Who is 2 years older then him. His dad was an engineer. His mother was very intelligent, she was a teacher.http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/nash/peopleevents/p_jnash.html
The first hint of Johns Smartness was when he was in 4th grade. In high school he totally domanated tests, homework and more in just a few steps. He was in the top 10 winners of the George Westinghouse Award. Which got him a full scholarship to Carnigie Institute of Technology. Then got accepted to Princeton to mathamatics. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/nash/peopleevents/p_jnash.html
John Forbes Nash Jr. has a wife named Alicia Nash. They are married and they have 2 kids together. John David Stier, and John Charles Martin Nash. Him and his wife died in a car accident. The 2 kids are boh alive and John Charles is also a mathametician. http://encyclopedia.kids.net.au/page/jo/John_Forbes_Nash_Jr._(mathematician)
John Forbes Nash Jr. first began in the 1950s, on the mathematics of a game theory. He also contributed to the study of partial differential equations. Nash then established the mathematical ways of a game theory, a range of mathematics that examines the rivalries between competitors with mixed interests in different things. https://www.britannica.com/biography/John-Nash
We use partial differential all the time in math. A partial differential equation is an equation that is different or that has a variable. Nash discovered why we humans are competetive in different ways. For example if we are having a competition about who does the more math questions if you see that person they are gonna say" be ready because i'm going to beat you." Which is being competitive. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Partial_differential_equation
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