James Harkness Net Worth
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$81’000’000. *This information was provided by Edik Pelcyger, 38 years old. From Wye Mills, Maryland
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1,87m.**This information was provided by Clerissa Stierwalt, 46 years old. From Honomu, Hawaii.
1,60m.***This information was provided by Norene, 53 years old. Job: (Roll Coverer, Burlap). From Falun, Kansas.
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69kg.**This information was provided by Norah, 20 years old. Job: (Cleaner, Industrial). From Hayden, Alabama.
82kg.***This information was provided by Gideon, 55 years old. Job: (Tire-Regrooving-Machine Operator). From Byron, Minnesota.
James Harkness information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1864-01-01
Death date: 1923-01-01
James Harkness (1864–1923) was a Canadian mathematician, born in Derby, England, and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. Coming early to the United States, he was connected with Bryn Mawr College from 1888 to 1903, for the last seven years as professor of mathematics. In 1903 he was appointed Peter Redpath professor of pure mathematics at McGill University, Montreal.Harkness was for a time a vice president of the American Mathematical Society and associate editor of its Transactions, was elected a member of the London Mathematical Society and in 1908 became a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He published, with Professor Frank Morley, two treatises on the Theory of Functions and collaborated on the article Elliptic Functions, in the German Encyclop?dia of Mathematics (1914–15).