Math Problem Worth $1M May Be Solved, but There's Still One Issue
A mathematician from Kazakhstan thinks he has solved a problem that comes with a $1 million prize for the correct answer.
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#1 Jan 23, 2014
Congratulations to Mukhtarbay Otelbayev, a professor at the Eurasian National University’s department of methods of mathematical simulation, in Kazakhstan.
Hope he gests the prize.
#2 Aug 31, 2016
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