Essay heading: Ada Augusta Lovelace
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April 11, 1999
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She read many mathematical books that she could find, including Dionysius Lardner's Euclid and Vince's Place and Spherical Trigonometry. Another one of her tutors had been William Frend, who introduced her to Augustus De Morgan, a famous mathematician. De Morgan taught her advanced mathematics, the equivalency to men studying at Cambridge University...
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In the words of De Morgan she, "would have been an original mathematical investigator, perhaps of first rate eminence but not, he suggested, is she had gone to the university (had it admitted women then), where the system would have demanded sacrifice and originality" (Baum, 20).
On May 10, 1833, Lovelace began venturing out into the world of adults...
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