Lazarus Fuchs

1833 - 1902

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Lazarus Immanuel Fuchs (5 May 1833 – 26 April 1902) was a Jewish-German mathematician who contributed important research in the field of linear differential equations. He was born in Moschin (Mosina) (located in Grand Duchy of Posen) and died in Berlin, Germany. He was buried in Schöneberg in the St. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lazarus Fuchs has received more than 38,574 page views. His biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Lazarus Fuchs is the 512th most popular mathematician (down from 442nd in 2019), the 663rd most popular biography from Poland (down from 518th in 2019) and the 23rd most popular Polish Mathematician.

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Among mathematicians, Lazarus Fuchs ranks 512 out of 828Before him are Jean Frédéric Frenet, Charles Julien Brianchon, Giovanni Antonio Amedeo Plana, Kurt Hensel, Eric Temple Bell, and Richard K. Guy. After him are Max August Zorn, Simon Antoine Jean L'Huilier, John Tate, Jai Singh II, Ian Stewart, and Jacques Herbrand.

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Among people born in 1833, Lazarus Fuchs ranks 39Before him are Ricardo Palma, Kâmil Pasha, Eugen Langen, Félix Bracquemond, Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen, and Louis Paulsen. After him are Paul Bert, Robert G. Ingersoll, François Perrier, Dimitrie Sturdza, Johan Ehrnrooth, and Benedykt Dybowski. Among people deceased in 1902, Lazarus Fuchs ranks 42Before him are Heinrich XXII, Prince Reuss of Greiz, Jules Dalou, Count Richard Belcredi, Kálmán Tisza, Princess Friederike of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, and Ivan Yarkovsky. After him are Bret Harte, Richard Leach Maddox, Mark Antokolsky, Thomas Nast, Andrejs Pumpurs, and Antanas Baranauskas.

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Among people born in Poland, Lazarus Fuchs ranks 663 out of 1,231Before him are Paweł Adamowicz (1965), Janusz Gajos (1939), Marek Hłasko (1934), Halina Konopacka (1900), Rudolf Ramek (1881), and Władysław Odonic (1190). After him are Helena Modjeska (1840), Friedrich Gilly (1772), Duke William Frederick Philip of Württemberg (1761), Jan Tomaszewski (1948), Maria Dąbrowska (1889), and Carl Tausig (1841).


Among mathematicians born in Poland, Lazarus Fuchs ranks 23Before him are Emil Leon Post (1897), Klaus Roth (1925), Michael O. Rabin (1931), Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1865), Martin Kutta (1867), and Samuel Eilenberg (1913). After him are Henryk Zygalski (1908), Karol Borsuk (1905), Abraham Robinson (1918), Moritz Pasch (1843), Jan Śniadecki (1756), and Paul Gordan (1837).