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Yutaka Nishiyama

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Yutaka Nishiyama
Native name 西山豊
Born (1948-10-21) 21 October 1948 (age 69)
Nationality Japanese
Occupation University academic, author
Known for Mathematical study of Boomerangs
Academic background
Education Kyoto University
Academic work
Discipline Applied mathematics
Institutions Osaka University of Economics
Infobox contains data translated from Japanese Wikipedia

Yutaka Nishiyama (西山 豊, Nishiyama Yutaka, born 21 October 1948) is a Japanese mathematician and professor at the Osaka University of Economics, where he teaches mathematics and information. He is known as the "boomerang professor".[1] He has written nine books about the mathematics in daily life.[2] The most recent one, The mystery of five in nature, investigates, amongst other things, why many flowers have five petals.




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