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Albert Einstein

Great Scientist

As a child, Albert Einstein was quiet and awkward. He had trouble making friends and problems with learning in the classroom. As Albert grew up, he began to use his mind in ways he didn't learn in school, leading him to become an expert in math and science. Einstein's ideas helped change the way scientists thought of the world around us and change the course of history in the atomic age. Today, Einstein is one of history's most famous scientists, and his theories have shaped science for decades. Learn about one of the most important scientists of all time in Albert Einstein: Great Scientist.

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