How Does a Mathematician’s Brain Differ from Other Brains?

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The question of how mathematicians think is closely related to the question “How does a musician compose?” Similarly, this question is asked to learn how the creative process works. Those who are interested in computer science or especially artificial intelligence can give the correct answer to this question. A real mathematician is not interested in finding the answer to this question…

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