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John Edensor Littlewood

John Edensor Littlewood (1885 - 1977) was a British mathematician.

Littlewood was born in Rochester in Kent, and studied at Cambridge University. Most of his work was in the field of mathematical analysis. He collaborated for many years with G. H. Hardy, and together they devised the Hardy - Littlewood conjecture, a strong form of the twin prime conjecture.



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