There are many and I mean many mathematicians to choose from

There are many and I mean many mathematicians to choose from, however, the one who stands out for me would have to be Albert Einstein. Einstein was born in Kingdom of Württemberg, Germany in 1879, he later died in Princeton, New jersey, U.S. in 1955 at the age of 76. He is known best for his mass-energy equivalence formula E = mc2. Which would later be dubbed as “the world’s most famous equation.” One thing I found interesting was that Albert has speech difficulties when he was younger. This really stood out to me, the fact that he had kind of a “slow” start but in reality it did not slow him down one bit. I choose Einstein for a number of reasons, one being his name was the easiest to pronounce compared to the mathematicians over east. Secondly being I have always been really interested in Einstein and his theory and I thought this paper would be a good way to answer some of my questions.
Also, some of my family descends from Germany which also in a way tied me to him. His largest contribution to math would be hands down his mass-energy equivalence formula which I mentioned earlier. This formula won him a Nobel Prize in physics in 1921. He came up with the theory of relativity, Brownian motion and photoelectric effect. Another key contribution would be the Quantum theory of light, this proposed that light is composed of small packets of energy called photons these have wave like properties. Einstein gained the nickname “Father of the atomic age” after his many discoveries. His impact on math may have been big. However, Mr. Acevedo is my favorite mathematician. His endless jokes and way of teaching has helped me. Also, thank goodness for him giving us the choice of writing a paper because lord knows I could not solve a Rubik’s cube to save my life.