Mathematics In India Past Present And Future Essays and Term Papers

  • 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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  • 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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  • India and World Secience

    Contributions of Ancient India to the World of Science 1 This paper is written to commemorate Indian Arrival and Heritage Month. In Ontario, the month of May is celebrated as South Asian Heritage Month, and May 5 South Asian Heritage Day." Across Canada, May every year is observed as Asian Heritage...

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  • Essay on Cultural Heritage of India

    cultural heritage of India "A nation without a cultural heritage is like an orphan who has nothing to feed upon" said Emerson. The individual being, or race, or nation must necessarily have certain roots somewhere. They are not of much value unless they have certain roots in the past which is after all...

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  • Education

    Education Is America's education system falling behind to countries like India? As America is slowly regressing, it must reconsider the lifestyle of its youth because in the near future they could be left unemployed. Countries such as India are gaining up on America because of their value placed on education...

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  • Engineering

    together with practical course work reinforce interest. Right from my school, I had a penchant towards Mathematics, Science and research in general. This basic interest led me to take up Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as my major subjects in high school. As a part of my Physics project, I had constructed...

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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 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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  • Akash

    monologue telling positive and negative aspects of your personality. (b) Give a conversation between the frog and the nightangle. MATHEMATICS (Book – Exemplar Problems Mathematics) Chapter 1 – Real Numbers Exercise 1.1 Q.No. 2,3,4,8,10 Exercise 1.2 Q.No. 7,8,9,10 Exercise 1.3 Q.No. 2,8,10,11 Exercise 1.4...

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  • Infpemation Systems

    with practical course work reinforce interest. Right from my school, I had a penchant towards Mathematics, Science and research in general. This basic interest led me to take up Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as my major subjects in high school. As a part of my Physics project, I had constructed...

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  • TITAS

    A) Our group gained a lot of knowledge and understanding about the culture transformation of different civilization from the past to the present during the group research especially the topic task that assigned by lecturer which is the differences of interactions between Malay civilization with other...

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  • sample paper X

    when sun sets, don’t cry – the tears will make you miss the beauty of the stars. Life moves on and if you don’t stop and look at the wonders already present in your life, you will miss life altogether. 2. Think of big thoughts but relish the small joys life offers you each day. May be it’s as simple as...

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  • A.P.J Kalam

    Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, usually referred to as Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam , was the 11th President of India, serving from 2002 to 2007, he was elected during the tenure of the National Democratic Alliance (India) coalition government, under prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. During his term as President,...

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  • Sop for Ms in Ee

    together with practical course work reinforce interest. Right from my school, I had a penchant towards Mathematics, Science and research in general. This basic interest led me to take up Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as my major subjects in high school. As a part of my Physics project, I had constructed...

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  • Indian Science

    CURRENT SCIENCE Volume 100 Number 5 10 March 2011 EDITORIAL IIT, MIT and the Evolution of Institutions Technical education in India was transformed in the postIndependence era by the creation of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). The need for a thrust in engineering education was recognized...

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  • India has potential to lead the world

    INDIA HAS POTENTIAL TO LEAD THE WORLD Since times immemorial, India has firmly withstood its ancient glory! Who says we lost the Kohinoor to the Queen of England... our true Kohinoor lies in every Indian citizen worth his salt.,.Everything which was either discovered or invented in India was cleverly...

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  • Khawarizmi and Algebra

    the Aral Sea, historians believe that al-Khwarizmi was born in the city of Baghdad in present day Iraq (Calinger, 199). While little is known about his private life, al-Khwarizmi’s work and contributions to mathematics have largely survived the ages relatively intact. The exception is a book of arithmetic...

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  • Illterate Parents

    March 23, 2013 “Your Intentions Are Good ! But…. This is Nagaland” !! Many organizations and individuals are struggling whole heartedly to make India a corruption free country and it really give us the hope that our children would live in a country where people indulge in corrupt practices rarely...

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