A very warm good morning the teacher present and my dear colleagues. I feel the privilege to speak few words on the legend of Mathematics, Mr. srinivasa ramanujan, as today it being a Mathematics day dedicated to him only.

Srinivasa Ramanujan, an incredible mathematician was born in Erode, Tamil Nadu on 22nd December 1887. He had no formal training in mathematics yet “he was a natural mathematical genius. By age 11, he had exhausted the mathematical knowledge of two college students who were lodgers at his home. He was later lent a book on advanced trigonometry written by S. L. Loney. He completely mastered this book by the age of 13 and discovered sophisticated theorems on his own. He worked out the elliptical integrals, hyper geometric series and his own theory of divergent series. His Achievements

1.In England Ramanujam made further advances, especially in the partition of numbers. His papers were published in English and European journals, and in 1918 he became the first Indian to be elected to the Royal Society of London. He is recognized by mathematicians as a phenomenal genius without peers. Great people always give their anecdote about the great. So was done for Ramanujam. Following is an anecdote of Hardy: 2 Hardy–Ramanujan number 1729

A common anecdote about Ramanujan relates to the number 1729. Hardy arrived at Ramanujan's residence in a cab numbered 1729. Hardy commented that the number 1729 seemed to be uninteresting. Ramanujan is said to have stated on the spot that it was actually a very interesting number

...his collaborator J. E. Littlewood. After a few hours, they concluded that the results "must be true because, if they were not true, no one would have had the imagination to invent them".
Thus was SrinivasaRamanujan (1887-1920) introduced to the mathematical world. Born in South India, Ramanujan was a promising student, winning academic prizes in high school. But at age 16 his life took a decisive turn after he obtained a book titled A Synopsis of...

...SrinivasaRamanujan Biography
Born: December 22, 1887 Died: April 26, 1920 Achievements: Ramanujan independently discovered results of Gauss, Kummer and others on hypergeometric series. Ramanujan's own work on partial sums and products of hypergeometric series have led to major development in the topic. His most famous work was on the number p(n) of partitions of an integer n into summands. SrinivasaRamanujan was a...

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Biography and Contribution of SRINIVASARAMANUJAN
Born Died
22 December 1887, Erode, Madras Presidency 26 April 1920 (aged 32), Chetput, Madras, Madras Presidency
Residence Kumbakonam Nationality Indian Fields Alma mater Mathematics Government Arts College Pachaiyappa's College University of Cambridge
Academic G. H. Hardy advisors J. E. Littlewood Landau–Ramanujan constant Mock theta...

...SrinivasaRamanujanRamanujan was born in India to a poor family in Erode, a city in Madras state. His father was a clerk and his mother a deeply religious housewife. None of these facts reflect who Ramanujan really was. He was a brilliant, self-taught mathematician whose ideas caught the attention of some of the prolific mathematicians of his time to include G.H. Hardy. In this short biography we will cover both his life and his...

...SrinivasaRamanujan (1887-1920) introduced to the mathematical world. Born in South India, Ramanujan was a promising student, winning academic prizes in high school. But at age 16 his life took a decisive turn after he obtained a book titled A Synopsis of Elementary Results in Pure and Applied Mathematics. The book was simply a compilation of thousands of mathematical results, most set down with little or no indication of proof. It was in no sense a...

...SrinivasaRamanujan
* SrinivasaRamanujan was born 22 of December 1887 and died 26 of April 1920.he was a well know man for what he accomplish, in life as a mathematician and many more things like, analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions. he’s nationality was from Indian , he’s residence was Kumbakonam, Tamil have the access to the larger mathematical community ,it was located in Europe at the time,...

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MATHEMATICIANS CONTRIBUTIONS: MODULE 4 - SRINIVASARAMANUJAN (1887 AD - 1920 AD)
THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2012
MODULE 4 - SRINIVASARAMANUJAN (1887 AD - 1920 AD)
SRINIVASARAMANUJAN (1887 AD - 1920 AD)
Born Died Residence Nationality Fields Institutions Friend 22nd December 1887 AD 1920 AD Erode , Kumbakonam Indian Mathematics, Astronomy Cambridge university, madras university Hardy...

...sreenivasa ramanujan
The life of SrinivasaRamanujan is a story of pure inspiration. From a humble family background, his was a life of struggle, sacrifice, determination and raw talent. His rise from the status of a clerk to a mathematical genius is an example of the heights man is capable of reaching despite all odds.
At a very early age, Ramanujan demonstrated a natural ability for the subject, and by 13 the young genius had...

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