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"All given identities are normal": Observations and Identities
"For any letter we can substitute throughout the identity any expression containing a new letter..."
"For any letter we can substitute throughout the identity any expression."
"If an identity with n letters is to be true…"
"mn + 1 = p is a prime…"
"n is an odd prime, a, b, c are integers…"
"s is a power of n"
"The deduction could be written": Continuation of a problem
"To obtain a particular case by putting two letters the same."
Aboard America
Abraham Pais, Paul Dirac and E. P. Wigner in receiving line
Academy of Sciences of Lisbon Award
Academy of Sciences of Turin Award
Aeriel view of Tiananmen Square
Algebraic manipulations, along with intersecting oval figures (with marked points of intersection)
Algebraic manipulations, doodled on an old stock offer
Algebraic manipulations, doodled on top of an old exercise paper
All Ready for the Nobelists
Alternative Method
American Academy of Arts and Sciences Award
Analyses related to cubic and quintic polynomial equations
Analysis associated with reduced quintic polynomial equation
Analysis of a particular quintic polynomial equation
Analysis of cubic, quartic, and quintic expansions
Analysis of factors using modular arithmetic
Analysis of primes and factors using modular arithmetic
Analysis related to solving reduced cubic polynomial equation
Atomic Space
Attempts to logarithmic and exponential equations
Axioms for rings
Basic Beliefs and Prejudices in Physics
Basic Beliefs and Theoretical Research
Booklet listing all nobel prize winners from the years 1901 to 1979
Charles and Betty Dirac with dog
Chinese Physical Society Award
Circuitry/electricity physics problem
Color photograph of blackboard section on which Dirac Equation is written
Combinations and permutations (of various number of elements)
Comparing coefficients of terms of expansions
Comparison of coefficients for different summation expansions
Comparison of coefficients in different expansions
Comparison of terms in expansion (fourth degree)
Composition of various degreed expressions
Conditions for Statistical Equilibrium Between Atoms, Electrons and Radiation
Congratulatory letter from Paul Dirac's aunt Lu on his obtaining of the Nobel Prize
Congratulatory letter from Professor Dr. Max Planck to Paul Dirac on receiving the Nobel Prize
Congratulatory letter written by Professor C. Manneback of the University of Louvain to Paul Dirac after he received his Nobel Prize
Congratulatory telegram from Niels Bohr to Paul Dirac on receiving the Nobel Prize in Physics
Construction of quintic expressions
Continued fractional term manipulations & permutations of x and y terms

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