Georg Cantor

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  • Happy Birthday
  • Living the Childhood
  • Hi I'm Georg Cantor
  • Oh! Hi I'm Emmy
  • Education
  • Hmmm? I wonder if my professor knows that I already know all of this.
  • Georg Cantor has a very interesting story. First lets get to know him a little. He was born in March, 3 1845. That birthday is really famous, who knows why? He lived in Saint Pittsburgh, Russia.His father was a German Protestant and his mother was Russian Roman Catholic.
  • Adulthood:)
  • In 1856, when Cantor was 11 years old, his family moved to Germany, although Cantor was never at ease in this country. his father died and left him a substantial inheritance. So, the young Cantor shifted to the University of Berlin in 1863.
  • Elderhood
  • Cantor had a private tutor from a very young age and attended primary school in St. Petersburg. In 1856, when Cantor was 11 years old. He proved to be a brilliant student and graduated with distinction from the Realschule in Darmstadt in 1860. He was exceptionally good at mathematics, particularly trigonometry.
  • Thank You!!
  • He did great in his life he had not one, but two jobs. He was a mathematic and a philosopher. He got married to a woman named Vally Guttmann.Rudolph Cantor was his son and his only son. At first, he taught in a Berlin Girl school.
  • The Royal Society awarded Cantor its Sylvester Medal, the highest honor it can confer for work in mathematics, in 1904. He did amazing things and he was bipolar. He died at the age 72 inHalle, Province of Saxony, German Empire
  • We should all appreciate Georg Cantor. He invented the infinite set according to the cardinal.Also, he made up something called the cantor set which was something that has to do with math.
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