Edward Kasner

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Edward Kasner (born April 2, 1878) is famous for being mathematician. He currently resides in New York City. Mathematician who coined the term ‘googol,’ to characterize a large number, one followed by a hundred zeros. He was also the first Jew appointed to a faculty position in the sciences at Columbia University.

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Edward Kasner
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New York City
Date of Birth
April 2, 1878 (age 146)

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Edward Kasner was born in New York City on Tuesday, April 2, 1878 (G.I. Generation generation). He is 146 years old and is a Aries. Edward Kasner (April 2, 1878 – January 7, 1955) was a prominent American mathematician who was appointed Tutor on Mathematics in the Columbia University Mathematics Department. Kasner was the first Jew appointed to a faculty position in the sciences at Columbia University. Subsequently, he became an adjunct professor in 1906, and a full professor in 1910, at the university. Differential geometry was his main field of study. In addition to introducing the term “googol”, he is known also for the Kasner metric and the Kasner polygon. He co-wrote the book ‘Mathematics and the Imagination’ in 1940 where he first coined the term “googol”.

He worked as a math tutor at Columbia University. Edward Kasner is a member of Richest Celebrities and Mathematicians.


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He was a contemporary of fellow American mathematician Oswald Veblen .

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