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A woman by the name of Emmy Noether (1882-1935) is considered to be one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. She was heavily influenced by her father who was a mathematician. Max Noether was a professor at Southern German University of Erlangen. Regardless of the fact that her father was a professor at the University Emmy had a difficult time obtaining a job at the University in the early twentieth century. During the time that she attended Erlangen in 1900 women were only allowed to take courses if they were given prior consent by their professors. Unfortunately, professors often withheld this privilege from women. However, women could sit for the university certificate whether or not courses had been completed, so a woman could gain her degree. Given this option Emmy had done so and completed her doctorate from Erlangen. She fought for a very long time to become a professor at the university, after quiet some years she was granted the chance to teach. According to Watson (2016) Emmy Noether made many contributions to twentieth century mathematics. Some would credit her molding the whole style of think in the field of algebra. She focuses on exploring her research topics of general theory of ideals and the study of non-commutative algebras. She also has groundbreaking work in abstract algebra and theoretical physics that led to concepts like Noethers Theorem, Noetherian rings, and Noetherian induction. But Emmy Noethers achievements run significantly deeper than just a few theories. According to Brewer (1982) "She taught us to think in simple, and thus general, terms... homomorphic image, the group or ring with operators, the ideal... and not in complicated algebraic calculations.Works CitedBrewer, J., Smith, M. (1981). Emmy Noether, a tribute to her life and work. Pure and Applied Mathematics A Series of Textbooks and Monographs, 69.Watson, J. (2016) Three women of mathematics. Australian Mathematics Teacher, 72(3), 19th ser. Retrieved from httpgo.galegroup.com.ezproxy.corban.edupsi.do?pAONEswwucorbanv2.1itridGALEA464758943asid1c237e15cf8ae1929e82f3e7e4603cde...

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