Most people believe that being good at academics is the only parameter to measure human intelligence. Academic excellence may be natural by birth; however, as per Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner, intelligence can be of many(8 types he told) kinds. An individual can be significant in one and might not be in a few others.

And when we look around the world, we find many scientists, entrepreneurs, and other famous figures with logical-mathematical intelligence (one of the 8 intelligence told by Gardner). The high logical-mathematical intelligence made these famous people incredibly successful in their field.

**Here is a list of the famous personalities with high logical-mathematical intelligence :**

**1. Albert Einstein**

Who doesn’t know Albert Einstein? A famous scientist, a theoretical physicist, and widely acknowledged as the greatest physicist globally. He has a high level of logical-mathematical intelligence. Einstein’s learning difficulties in his school days can inspire those in a similar situation. However, do not let the despair come in your way.

Einstein had a clear view of the problems he found in physics and was determined to solve them. He was capable of visualizing the main steps of the theory and its issues and had his strategies to find a solution for it. He regarded his achievements as a stepping stone to achieve his next goal. At the beginning of his Science journey, he realized the inadequacies in Newton’s mechanics.

He dealt with great efforts to solve the classical problems of statistical mechanics and their merger with quantum theory. This effort led to the Brownian movement of molecules and their explanation. He researched the thermal properties of light with low radiation density, and he found the photon theory of light. Einstein’s theories and research are great gifts to us.** **

**2. Stephen Hawking**

Stephen Hawking, a physicist, we all know him by his studies on space and time., is one of the finest examples of great people with high logical-mathematical intelligence. By birth, a Britisher, physicist Hawking’s story is motivational. He had an illness, used to sit in a wheelchair, could not speak, so he was forced to communicate with others via a computer. But he was an optimist and never lost hope. Hawking introduced the famous ‘ Big Bang Theory.’

After his 21st birthday, he was diagnosed with an unspecified incurable condition, later identified as fatal degenerative motor neuron disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS. But instead of having a mental breakdown, he began to set his goals and started to work on an essential query related to the world’s physical nature. And despite his illness lived for another 55 years and did excellent work for human society. He tried to focus on the quantum effects in connection with black holes.

He did calculations to determine whether small rotating black holes would radiate away their rotational energy. Hawking enjoyed his fame with passion and determination with his logical-mathematical intelligence capabilities. He traveled a lot, had unusual encounters such as going down in a mineshaft, and met other unique and inspiring people.

**3. Thomas Alva Edison**

Edison, the man behind the most helpful invention, ‘the light bulb,’ is also a famous personality with high logical-mathematical intelligence. Edison is called the father of many innovations despite having dyslexia and hearing issues. When his school teacher called Edison ‘addled’, his mother got furious and pulled him out of the school. Later she taught him at home. Finally, Edison accepted that it was his mother who made him.

One of the most famous inventors, Edison, contributed with his incredible inventions like the light bulb, the photograph and motion the picture camera. He also made changes to the telephone and telegraph to improve them. In his 84 years of life, he got an astounding number of (to be exact 1,093) patents in his name.

A myriad of partnerships businesses were also his achievements. Unfortunately, the last two years of his life were a series of physical ailments, and he lapsed into a coma and died on October 18, 1931, in West Orange, New Jersey.

**4. Johannes Kepler**

Johannes Kepler, a German mathematical genius and an astronomer, is a famous personality with high logical-mathematical intelligence.

Kepler is known for discovering the three laws of planetary motion (1609 & 1619) and working upon optics(1604, 1611). He discovered two new regular polyhedra(1619) and devised a method to find the volumes of solid of revolution. Kepler lived when there was no apparent difference between astrology and astronomy. Kepler gave religious arguments and logic to his work and findings. He believed that God had created the universe with an intelligible purpose accessible through the light of reason and logic.

Kepler’s successful and extensive findings by using math do his valuable work for everyone in a belief that understanding the nature of the universe includes understanding the nature of its creator (God).

**5. Bill Gates**

Gates, the founder of Windows and Microsoft, is also a famous entrepreneur with high logical-mathematical intelligence. Gates believes that finding your intellect is the key to success. Gates built his successful career on high logical-mathematical intelligence. He established himself as a genius coder who has a knack for solving technical problems. Gates has strong logical and math skills.

As a student of Harvard University, Bill impressed many faculty members with his brilliance. He proposed a brilliant solution to ‘pancake sorting,’ and his insights were published in Discrete Mathematics Journal in 1979. Bill, who built his career on logical-mathematical intelligence and skills, said once that he wishes he would know that intelligence is not one size fits all. He wanted to have multiple skills sets as he thought of a high IQ person; he could be an allrounder.

**6. Mark Zuckerberg**

Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook (now Meta), is a worldwide used social media platform. He is another example of a famous entrepreneur with high logical-mathematical intelligence.

Zuckerberg is a US Media magnate, internet entrepreneur, and one of the wealthiest people in the world. He is known as a co-founder of Facebook and chairman of its parent site Meta. Zuckerberg was interested in computers from an early age; he was just 12 and used Atari BASIC to create a program named ‘Zucknet.’ His father used that program in his office where his receptionist used it to inform about a patient with that messaging program.

With his friends Dustin Moskowitz, Chris Hughes, and Eduardo Saverin, Zuckerberg created FB. This site allowed its users to create their profiles, upload and share their pictures and other data and chat. Zuckerberg dropped out of his college and moved the company to Palo Alto, California. By the end of 2004, FB had 1 million users.

**7. Blaise Pascal**

Blaise Pascal is a french philosopher, mathematician, scientist, inventor. In mathematics, he was a pioneer in gaming and probability theory. In philosophy, he is known for the theory of existentialism.

He contributed to mathematics, physics, and philosophy and is known for the theory of probability barometric pressure and his famous writings. You may find his name in ‘Pascal’s triangle.’ Pascal wrote this in 1623 in a paper. Later, Pascal experimented with atmosphere pressure, found that vacuums exist in the real world, and found that weights can measure atmospheric pressure. He even invented a calculator called pascaline.

**8. Sir Issac Newton**

Sir Issac Newton was a mathematician, physicist, astronomer, alchemist, theologian, and author widely known as one of the most influential mathematicians and physicists. During the Enlightenment, he played a key role by laying down the foundation for differential and integral calculus. He completely changed the way people understood the universe and discovered calculus, the laws of motion and gravity, among other innovations which have helped mold the subjects of mathematics and physics and gave us a broader understanding of the world we live in.

He laid the foundation for the scientific age. Many of his innovations, such as his theory of optics, constitute much of modern science and engineering. Later, on 31 March 1727, he passed away after experiencing severe pain in his abdomen.

**Conclusion**

As data and analytics gain a more critical role in our lives, people with high mathematical intellect can expect a bright future. There will be a need for people with high logical-mathematical intelligence in every field of life. Those who can Improvise themselves would easily succeed in many areas.

High logical-mathematical intelligence can be treasured to people’s skills and skills, visible from the list of renowned and successful people. The ability to connect with the self and have clarity regarding one’s ideals leads to self-motivation and self-confidence. People with this type of intelligence can be great at professions that involve imagination, innovation, and compassion.