Leon Ehrenpreis

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Leon Ehrenpreis (May 22, 1930 - August 16, 2010, Brooklyn) was a mathematician at Temple University who proved the Malgrange–Ehrenpreis theorem, the fundamental theorem about differential operators with constant coefficients.

Ehrenpreis was one of Claude Chevalley's students at Columbia University.

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Ehrenpreis was also a Rabbi, having received his ordination from the renowned Rabbi Moshe Feinstein. He was the author of a work on the Chumash and other religious topics, currently in manuscript.

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Ehrenpreis ran the New York City Marathon every year from its inception until 2007.

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