• Mathematical in India Past, Present, Future
    Mathematics in India Past, Present and Future What is mathematics? “mathematics is a science of space, numbers and quantity” Past: Indian mathematics emerged in the Indian subcontinent from 1200 BC until the end of the 18th century. In the classical period of Indian mathematics (400 AD to 1200...
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  • Mathematics in India-Past, Present and Future
    MATHEMATICS IN INDIA- PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE Let’s begin with sloka 1.4 of “Sulba sutra” “Deerkha chaturasrasya akshnayarajju: Paarshwamaanee thiryangmaaneecha prithak bhoopathe Kurutha: thadupayam karothee” (The area of square of diagonal of a rectangle is the sum of the area of squares...
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  • Seminar
    Science seminar 2012 TOPIC : MATHEMATICS IN INDIA : PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE Respected ________________________ Scholarly judges , teachers , dignitaries and my dear friends, here is my observation on the topic MATHEMATICS IN INDIA : PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE The progress of humankind from...
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  • The History of Nothingness
    the modern, everyday notion of zero as itself a number (the additive identity, “nothing”) which is closest to the original meanings of the Arabic and Indian words. However, zero has a secondary meaning as well: there is a less “formal” idea of zero as simply a kind of positional place-holder (for example...
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  • 2012-Year of Mathematics
    2012-The year of Mathematics By G.G Naik(TGT) This year that is 2012 ,we in India observing as National Mathematical Year a tribute to maths wizard Srinivasa Ramanujan and December 22 birth day of Ramanujan as the”National Mathematics Day”. The genius of Ramanujan was...
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  • Test
    Book Review Mathematics in India Reviewed by David Mumford Mathematics in India Kim Plofker Princeton University Press, 2008 US$39.50, 384 pages ISBN-13: 978-0691120676 Did you know that Vedic priests were using the socalled Pythagorean theorem to construct their fire altars in 800 BCE?; that the...
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  • Maths
    FUTURE Mathematicians in India fear a "crisis" looms over the future of mathematics in the country with the younger generation of students turning away to other disciplines rather than pure mathematical studies. "The number of takers for the subject in the country has over the past few decades reduced...
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  • Csat
    ALGORITHMS…………………………………….. 6. VEDIC MATHS IN COMPUTER ORGANISATION………………… 7. IMPLEMENTATION……………………………………………………. 8. STATISTICS AND RESULTS………………………………………… 9. FUTURE SCOPE AND IMPROVEMENT……………………………. 10. CONCLUSION………………………………………………………… 11. REFERENCES………………………………………………………… ____________________________________________________________ ...
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  • Theme Paper on Vedic Mathematics
    A Theme Paper on Vedic Mathematics for the course Creative Excellence in Management: Insights from Indian Ethos By: Sharad Bansal 0340/48 Section B ABSTRACT India has always been associated with mathematics. Beginning from ancient India, when Aryabhatta first gave the world the...
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  • Review
    in 1964 and the Indian Ocean in 2004); the highest ocean wave in recorded history, when a massive rockfall pounded the Gilbert Inlet of Lituya Bay in Alaska in 1958 and created a wave that reached up to 1,720 feet; and the deadliest tsunami—a result of the 2004 earthquake in the Indian Ocean. It would...
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  • Maths History
    MATHEMATICS has played a significant role in the development of Indian culture for millennia. Mathematical ideas that originated in the Indian subcontinent have had a profound impact on the world. Swami Vivekananda said: 'you know how many sciences had their origin in India. Mathematics began there....
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  • essay
    science during this period. With the growth and intensification in the arena of mathematics, astrology, astronomy, medicine, Chemistry, Metallurgy, Botany, Zoology and Engineering Gupta period gained a striking facet.  Mathematics under Gupta Empire  In the realm of arithmetic the most important achievement...
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  • Essay
    The development of research in mathematics in several countries and how socio-economic factors favour or hinder it, was examined by M.N. Narashimhan (Bombay and Trieste), the role of numerical and non-numerical tools in the modelling of technological processes was analysed by E.R. de Arantes e Oliveira...
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  • Olympiad Preparation
    aspirants. 1. What is this article about? 1.1. Overall organization. Very few students in India today are interested in studying Olympiad related mathematics and solving Olympiad problems. Even students interested by nature refrain from Olympiads for fear of distracting them from their main goals – such...
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  • Performance of the Grade Six Pupils of Mainang Resettlement Elementary School in Problem Solving in Science for the S.Y. 2011-2012
    The people who shaped science are also important in mathematics.  As in science, the early history of mathematics is sketchy.  We know that the lunar and solar cycles were counted by the Babylonians and Egyptians in an organized fashion.  Early Indian mathematicians are credited with many astronomical...
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  • A new medium of Education - IETM
    The Institution has realized the needs of our Indian Industry and the problem of quality human resource management and aims at providing quality specialization courses for Engineers, Technicians and Management. The Institution will train the future Engineers, Technicians and Managers directly through...
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  • Mathematics in an Islam World
    Mathematics has often been referred to as a different world of language that explains every aspect of the universe. There is knowledge implicit in language itself. When we express something like “Monday is eating”, we know instantly that the statement does not hold because our prior knowledge tells us...
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  • Math History
    The area of study known as the history of mathematics is primarily an investigation into the origin of discoveries in mathematics and, to a lesser extent, an investigation into the mathematical methods and notation of the past. Before the modern age and the worldwide spread of knowledge, written examples...
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  • Southernization Essay - Ap World History
    the discovery of bullion sources, the emergence of a new mathematics, the pioneering of trade routes, the trade in tropical spices, the cultivation of southern crops such as sugar and cotton, and the invention of various technologies. Indians also invented the concept of zero, which the Arabs eventually...
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  • China
    the end of the classical era was not as drastic as the fall of the Roman Empire in the Mediterranean. Important social and cultural aspects of the Indian society survived into the postclassical era and continued to shape life in the region. The decline of Gupta rule in India was partially a result...
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