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Updated: Apr 29, 2024

Step into the enigmatic world of Grigori Perelman, the reclusive genius who solved the Poincaré Conjecture. Test your knowledge on this mysterious mathematician's life and groundbreaking work. Dare to unravel the mystery?

Are you a true Grigori Perelman expert? Find out with this difficult quiz! Featuring 30 questions on a variety of topics, it's not for the casual fan. Only the most dedicated Grigori Perelman enthusiasts will be able to answer them all correctly. Test your skills and learn something new!

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### Steklov Institute Of Mathematics

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### Euler's Conjecture

### Fermat's Last Theorem

### Poincaré Conjecture

### Goldbach's Conjecture

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### Shaw Prize

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### 1966

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### Kepler Conjecture

### Poincaré Conjecture

### Szemerédi's Theorem

### Beal's Conjecture

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### Cédric Villani

### Yuri Burago

### Andrew Wiles

### Terence Tao

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### Soul Conjecture

### Birch And Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture

### Hodge Conjecture

### Prime Number Theorem

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### Fourier Transform

### Ricci Flow

### Navier-Stokes Equations

### Monte Carlo Method

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### Euclidean Spaces

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### Abel Prize

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### Proving The Thurston's Geometrization Conjecture

### Developing Morse Theory

### Inventing Topological Manifolds

### Discovering Knot Theory

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### Standards In The Field

### Lack Of Recognition

### Financial Corruption

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### Alexandrovich

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### Poincaré Conjecture

### Collatz Conjecture

### Riemann Hypothesis

### Fermat's Last Theorem

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### Statistics

### Geometry

### Number Theory

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### Abel Prize

### Copley Medal

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### Probability

### Ricci Flow

### Linear Algebra

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### Riemann Hypothesis

### Goldbach's Conjecture

### Poincaré Conjecture

### Twin Prime Conjecture

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