To Solve Unsolved Problems
September 6, 2014 Leave a comment
Professor UC Berkley Jerzy Neyman wrote two examples of famously unsolved statistics problems on the blackboard. His graduate student George Dantzig arrived late when nobody was in the class. He assumed that the two problems were a homework assignment. According to Dantzig, the problems “seemed to be a little harder than usual”, but a few days later he handed in completed solutions for the two problems to his professor.
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