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− | '''Amalie Noether''' (1882-1935) was a [[Germany|German]] [[mathematician]] who contributed to abstract algebra and theoretical physics. [[Albert Einstein]] described her as the most important woman in the history of mathematics.<ref name="WhomadeGod"/> She herself however wrote in 1915 that she was in a team performing difficult computations for Einstein, and that ''"none of us understands what they are good for"''.<ref>{{cite book |title=Subtle is the Lord: The science and life of Alert Einstein |author=Pais A. |publisher=Oxford Univeristy Press |place=New York|year=1982 |page=276 |isbn=978-0192806727|url=http://books.google.no/books?id=KdaiZDaB7TgC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Pais+Einstein&hl=sk&sa=X&ei=0GhnUrOAPIHH0QWcuIH4Cg&redir_esc=y#v=snippet&q=Goettingent&f=false}}</ref> A direct consequence of [[Noether's Theorem|Noether's first theorem]] are certain important laws of conservation derived from the [[symmetry|symmetries]].<ref name="WhomadeGod">{{cite book | + | {{move|Emmi Noether}} |

+ | '''Amalie Emmi Noether''' (1882-1935) was a [[Germany|German]] [[mathematician]] who contributed to abstract algebra and theoretical physics. [[Albert Einstein]] described her as the most important woman in the history of mathematics.<ref name="WhomadeGod"/> She herself however wrote in 1915 that she was in a team performing difficult computations for Einstein, and that ''"none of us understands what they are good for"''.<ref>{{cite book |title=Subtle is the Lord: The science and life of Alert Einstein |author=Pais A. |publisher=Oxford Univeristy Press |place=New York|year=1982 |page=276 |isbn=978-0192806727|url=http://books.google.no/books?id=KdaiZDaB7TgC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Pais+Einstein&hl=sk&sa=X&ei=0GhnUrOAPIHH0QWcuIH4Cg&redir_esc=y#v=snippet&q=Goettingent&f=false}}</ref> A direct consequence of [[Noether's Theorem|Noether's first theorem]] are certain important laws of conservation derived from the [[symmetry|symmetries]].<ref name="WhomadeGod">{{cite book | ||

|author=Edgar Anrew e|title= Who made God? Searching for a theory of everything. | |author=Edgar Anrew e|title= Who made God? Searching for a theory of everything. | ||

|publisher= EP Books | |publisher= EP Books |

## Revision as of 14:05, 4 July 2018

- It has been proposed that this page,
**Emmy Noether**, be titled, "**Emmi Noether**".

**Amalie Emmi Noether** (1882-1935) was a German mathematician who contributed to abstract algebra and theoretical physics. Albert Einstein described her as the most important woman in the history of mathematics.^{[1]} She herself however wrote in 1915 that she was in a team performing difficult computations for Einstein, and that *"none of us understands what they are good for"*.^{[2]} A direct consequence of Noether's first theorem are certain important laws of conservation derived from the symmetries.^{[1]}

## See also

## References

- ↑
^{1.0}^{1.1}Edgar Anrew e (2010).*Who made God? Searching for a theory of everything.*. Carlisle, PA, USA: EP Books, 149. ISBN 978-0-85234-707-2. - ↑
Pais A. (1982).
*Subtle is the Lord: The science and life of Alert Einstein*. Oxford Univeristy Press. ISBN 978-0192806727.