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Updated: Aug 31, 2023

The Hardy Hysteria: Dive into the riveting world of G.H. Hardy, the enigmatic British mathematician. Test your wits, unravel Hardy's contributions, and unravel the secrets of this extraordinary mathematician's mind!

From the basics to the most obscure G.H. Hardy facts, this quiz has it all! With 31 questions covering a wide range of topics, it's the perfect way to test your G.H. Hardy knowledge. Do you have what it takes to come out on top? Enhance your knowledge.

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### 28 June 1890

### 19 January 1865

### 14 March 1889

### 7 February 1877

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### French

### American

### German

### English

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### Hardy–Weinberg Principle

### Darwin's Theory Of Evolution

### Mendelian Genetics

### Watson And Crick's DNA Structure

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### Chemistry

### Biology

### Mathematics

### Physics

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### Quantum Physics

### Number Theory And Mathematical Analysis

### Anthropology

### Organic Chemistry

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### 1930

### 1940

### 1950

### 1920

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### Carl Friedrich Gauss

### Srinivasa Ramanujan

### Leonhard Euler

### Albert Einstein

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### Geometry

### Differential Equations

### Algebra

### Mathematical Analysis And Number Theory

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### Princeton University

### University Of Cambridge

### London School Of Economics

### Harvard University

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### “As The One Romantic Incident In My Life”

### “As A Trivial Incident”

### “As The Worst Experience Of His Life”

### “As A Professional Requirement”

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### Albert Einstein

### John Edensor Littlewood

### Srinivasa Ramanujan

### Charles F. Wilson

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### 5 January 1946

### 14 February 1950

### 1 December 1947

### 20 November 1953

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### No

### Yes, In Chemistry

### Yes, In Biology

### Yes, In Physics

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### University Of Cambridge

### Harvard University

### Stanford University

### University Of Oxford

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### Fermat's Last Theorem

### Discovery Of Srinivasa Ramanujan

### Pythagorean Theorem

### Proof Of The Riemann Hypothesis

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### Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica

### The Elements

### A Brief History Of Time

### A Mathematician's Apology

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### Bhargav Sri Prakash

### Priyavrat Deshpande

### Srinivasa Ramanujan

### Anand Kumar

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### As A Minor Event

### As A Lucky Coincidence

### As His Greatest Contribution To Mathematics

### As A Regrettable Decision

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### Charles F. Wilson

### Srinivasa Ramanujan

### Unidentified

### G. H. Hardy

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### Charles F. Wilson

### Unidentified

### Srinivasa Ramanujan

### G. H. Hardy

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### FRS

### PHD

### MBA

### MD

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### For His Work In Physics

### For Winning The Nobel Prize

### For His Political Activism

### For His 1940 Essay A Mathematician's Apology

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### His Mathematical Analysis Techniques

### His Work On Number Theory

### His Proof Of The Hardy–Weinberg Principle

### His Discovery Of Ramanujan

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### India

### United States

### Russia

### China

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### Almost Immediately

### After Reading Ramanujan's Published Papers

### Through Ramanujan's Self-published Book

### Through A Mathematical Competition

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### Ernest Rutherford

### Charles F. Wilson

### Niels Bohr

### Max Planck

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### 1910

### 1905

### 1920

### 1914

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### Population Genetics

### Quantum Physics

### Differential Equations

### Number Theory

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### Cambridge

### New York

### London

### Berlin

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### No

### Hardy Taught Himself Number Theory

### Yes

### Hardy Was Primarily A Self-taught Physicist

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### Dec 1, 1947

### Sep 6, 1977

### Mar 29, 1970

### Mar 18, 1871

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