Today we begin here with an informative blog…
This blog will show you how a student in Post Graduate solved the unsolvable equations. So hold on pals and just drag up.
This guy was George Dantzig who was born on 8th November 1914 to Tobias Dantzig was a mathematician and a linguist and Anja Dantzig was a linguist, who met during their study at the University of Paris. So, the child inherited the art of learning and exploring the field of Mathematics.
So, one day he was late for the class and his infamous teacher and Statistician, Neyman started teaching and he began with two examples of unsolvable equations and then Dantzig arrived and he looked at the equations on the board and thought them to be his home assignment and copied them on his notes and left. He went home and started solving them. He also realized that these equations were more difficult than the usual assignments but the next day he hands over his assignments with the two equations that he solved which were meant to be unsolvable and he apologizes him for being late. Neyman while going through his assignment was shocked to see solutions and checked them and quickly sent them for publishing in the Mathematics Journal and the next day he congratulated and appreciated his work. He was surprised about his assignment.
And Here, Dantzig solved unsolvable equations and he began with his work and did much research works further in his life. He also served for the US in the World War II and so his career was filled with the brightness of those two unsolved equations.
Later his researches and life were told an inspirational story.