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"Karl Reinhardt"@en .
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"Karl August Reinhardt"^^ .
"Karl August Reinhardt (27 January 1895 Frankfurt am Main \u2013 27 April 1941 Berlin) was a German mathematician who discovered the 5 tile-transitive pentagon tilings, solved the odd case of the biggest little polygon problem, and constructed the smoothed octagon conjectured to be the worst-packing point-symmetric planar convex shape. He also gave a partial solution to Hilbert's eighteenth problem by discovering an anisohedral tiling in three dimensions."@en .
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"1941-1-1"^^ .
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"Karl Reinhardt (Mathematiker)"@de .
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"35727144"^^ .
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"Reinhardt"^^ .
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"Karl Reinhardt (* 27. Januar 1895 in Frankfurt am Main; \u2020 27. April 1941 in Berlin; vollst\u00E4ndiger Name: Karl August Reinhardt) war ein deutscher Mathematiker."@de .
"Karl Reinhardt (mathematician)"@en .
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"German mathematician (1895\u20131941)"@en .
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"Karl August Reinhardt"@en .
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"1895"^^ .
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"Karl August Reinhardt (27 January 1895 Frankfurt am Main \u2013 27 April 1941 Berlin) was a German mathematician who discovered the 5 tile-transitive pentagon tilings, solved the odd case of the biggest little polygon problem, and constructed the smoothed octagon conjectured to be the worst-packing point-symmetric planar convex shape. He also gave a partial solution to Hilbert's eighteenth problem by discovering an anisohedral tiling in three dimensions."@en .
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"Karl Reinhardt (* 27. Januar 1895 in Frankfurt am Main; \u2020 27. April 1941 in Berlin; vollst\u00E4ndiger Name: Karl August Reinhardt) war ein deutscher Mathematiker."@de .