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A Beautiful Mind: A Biography of John Forbes Nash, Jr., Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, 1994 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 30 - 32 Summary

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Chapters 30 - 32 Summary and Analysis

Nash commuted to Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study during his New York stay. He also worked at New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. He began to spend more and more time at NYU and was accepted by the students and faculty there. The people there were doing a lot of work in the area of non-linear differential equations in which Nash was interested because of his work in turbulence.

Courant extended a job offer to Nash who decided to return to MIT because of the tax advantages of living in Massachusetts.

In Chapter Thirty One, Nash and Jurgen Moser become friends and exchange intellectual ideas. Each was interested in the ideas and views of the other.

Alicia found employment as a physics researcher. She and Nash decided to keep their finances separate. They often ate out and attended some kind of...

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