
 Articles  Mathematician (Site not responding. Last check: 20071004) 
  Mathematicians are employed by private firms in various capacities or as professors at universities or other educational institutions, by research organizations, or by various military or civilian government agencies. 
  If a certain statement is believed to be true by mathematicians (typically as special cases are confirmed to some degree) but has neither been proven nor disproven to logically follow from some set of assumptions, it is called a conjecture, as opposed to the ultimate goal, a theorem that is proven true. 
  Among the prominent female mathematicians are Emmy Noether (1882  1935), Sophie Germain (1776  1831), Sofia Kovalevskaya (1850  1891), RÃ³zsa PÃ©ter (1905  1977), Julia Robinson (1919  1985), Mary Ellen Rudin, Eva Tardos, Ã‰milie du ChÃ¢telet, Mary Cartwright and Marianna CsÃ¶rnyei. 
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