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Andrew Gleason; helped solve vexing geometry problem

By Caitlin Castello
Globe Correspondent / October 20, 2008

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Andrew Gleason's life was all about numbers. His childhood love of mathematics never waned; and he was constantly formulating new ideas, said his wife, Jean Berko Gleason of Cambridge. (Full article: 664 words)

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