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Biography Of Srinivasa Ramanujan - Great Indian Mathematician

Great Mathematician Of India: 

Great Mathematician Of India:

Srinivasa Ramanujan was a great Indian mathematician. He is counted among the greatest mathematical thinkers of modern times. He did not get any special training in mathematics, yet he made significant contributions in the fields of analysis and number theory. 

He did many important experiments in the field of mathematics which is still used today. His experiments were soon recognized by the Indian mathematicians at that time.

Srinivasa Ramanujan was born on December 22, 1887, in the village of Erode, Madras (now Tamil Nadu) in Coimbatore, situated in the southern part of India. He was born in a traditional Brahmin family. 

His father Srinivas Ayyangar was a clerk in a shop in the same sari shop. His mother, Komal Tammal was a homemaker and also a singer of a local temple. He lived with his family in his old house near Sarangpani Street in Kumbakonam village.

Since the age of 11, Srinivasa Ramanujan had started practicing mathematics from two students living on rent at his own house. Later, he used the S.L. Practiced Advanced Trigonometry written by Loney.

At 13 years of age, he had become the master of that book and he himself discovered many theorems. 

He was also given a merit certificate for his contribution at the age of 14, and several academic awards were also given to complete his school education.

In the School of Sambhar Tantra, he was admitted with 1200 students and 35 teachers.

He had completed a mathematical examination in half-time from the time given. And their answer seemed as if they had a family connection with the Geometry and the infinite series.
Important work Of Srinivasa Ramanujan:

Ramanujan and most of the work done by him are still incomplete puzzles for scientists. In his journey to surprise the whole world by taking birth in a very ordinary family, he gave India immense glory.

Srinivasa Ramanujan is also known as Mahanagyan of mathematics. The great man of that time, Lonnard Euler and Karl Jacobi, liked them too. 

In which Ramanujan practiced division function P (n) with Hardy. He always kept Zero and eternal in mind and used mathematical sources to explain its interconnectedness. 

He is also known for his famous Search Circle Method.

Srinivas Ramanujan's 7 Reality / About Srinivasa Ramanujan:

  • Srinivasa Ramanujan always lived alone in school. His colleagues never understood him. Ramanujan had a connection with the poor fisherman and used his template to look at the results of his mathematics. 
  • He was not given any kind of training in pure mathematics.
  • He had to lose his scholarship to study at the Government Art College and in his second essence in mathematics, he had failed.
  • Ramanujan never received any college degree. Yet he wrote the most prevalent theorems of mathematics. But they could not prove anything to them.
  • They were witnesses of racism in England.
  • Seeing his achievements, the number 1729 is known as the Hardy-Ramanujan number.
  • In 2014, the Tamil film 'Ramanujan's life' was based on his life.
  • On his 125th anniversary, Google earned his respect by giving his people his name.
  • National Mathematics Day
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