She developed a non-computational approach to mathematics and developed a Theorem, which was the foundation of quantum physics. A few weeks after her death in 1935, Albert Einstein, in a letter to the New York Times, described her as the most significant, creative mathematical genius. In which city was 'she' born?



P.S. - Avoid copying questions from the Internet. Anyway, sorry if it was in your textbook or something, but I found it in the net. Quite a coincidence. Your answer - Erlangen, Germany