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Furthermore, he was also not in the good graces of his math teacher, Herman Minkowski. " 24 CHAPTER 2 Einstein as a student at Zurich Polytechnic Institute. He is in his early twenties. ) EINSTEIN AND THE ELASTICITY OF TIME 25 Although he attended lectures only occasionally, he devoted much of his time to self-study. He studied the works of the pioneers of electricity and magnetism, men such as Helmholtz, Hertz, and Maxwell. Nevertheless, his neglect of regular classes finally caught up with him, and he had to cram extremely hard for his final exams.
He finally gave up trying to talk to him about science and math, and began switching the discussions over to philosphy. When Einstein was about 12, he came across a geometry book. Fascinated by it, he worked every problem in it, showing his solutions proudly to Talmey. He later referred to it as his "holy geometry" book. It had a strong influence on him, and by the time he had finished it, he was eager to tackle something more difficult. Calculus was the logical next step, and by 14 or 15 he had mastere it.
He enclosed a copy of his work with the letter. Wolfgang looked it over, but didn't know what to make of it, so he sent it to Gauss for his comments. " But he went on to say that although he was convinced that the geometry was correct he wouldn't be able to publicize it. He said he had discovered the same geometry almost 30 years earlier and had left it unpublished. His diary, found after his death, confirmed that he had. Wolfgang was satisfied with the reply, but Ms son was not. He was annoyed that Gauss claimed to have discovered the geometry earlier, and therefore would do nothing to help him.