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What is the mathematical equivalent of a Nobel Prize?

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THE FIELDS MEDAL

The Fields Medal is a prize awarded to two, three or foud mathematicians under 40 years old at the International Congress of the International Mathematical Union, every four years. It is considered one of the highest honors for mathematicians and has been described as the Mathematician’s Nobel Prize.

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