Better late than never...
This is definitely not one of my finest anagrams but it's the best I could do. Hopefully, the descendants of this eminent mathematician will forgive me.
As always, ignore the punctuation and I trust many of you will solve this 'rapidement'.
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(3) Explain the code embedded in the anagram! (Not too exciting here this month)
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