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Annie Dale Biddle Andrews

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by Keir Witherspoon on 3 December 2013

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Transcript of Annie Dale Biddle Andrews

Annie Dale Biddle Andrews
Parents
Marital Status?
Children?
Annie had two children with her husband: one boy and one girl. They were six years apart from each other.
Andrews attended the University of California at Berkley.
College Attended?
Mathematical
Contributions
By Keir Witherspoon
Significance?
What Did She Do?
Born?
Annie Andrews was born on December 13th, 1885
Her Life
Where?
She was born in Hanford, California
Accomplishments
Andrews' parents were Samuel E. Biddle and A. A. Biddle
Annie Andrews married Samuel Andrews in 1912. She met him at the university of Washington where she was currently working.
- Andrews was the first woman to receive a P.h.D. in mathematics from the University at Berkley.

- Annie Andrews worked as a professor in math at the University of Washington from 1911-1912
- She taught:
Mathematical Theory of Investment
Plane Analytic Geometry
Differential Calculus
Solid Analytic Geometry
Intrgral Calculus
Infinite Series
College Algebra
Andrews' name is remembered in history because she published a paper on the space qartic of the second kind by synthetic methods. This paper proved her worth to the other more known and accepted mathematicians and she, too, was accepted by society as a mathematician.
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