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Euler is the obvious answer (for 2011)

Let's not overlook that in 2129, it would be √Čvariste Galois' 318th birthday (and 2129 is the 319th prime).

Sure, √Čvariste Galois is listed as only the 14th most famous mathematician [1], but he died at age 20. Give him a break!

[1] http://fabpedigree.com/james/mathmen.htm

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