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The Mathematical Genius of Srinivasa Ramanujan videos ebooks Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920) hailed as an all-time great mathematician, like Euler, Gauss or Jacobi, for his natural genius, has left behind 4000 original theorems, despite his lack of formal education and a short life-span. In his formative years, after having failed in his F.A. (First examination in Arts) class at College, he ran from pillar to post in search of a benefactor. It is during this period, 1903-1914, he kept a record of the final results of his original research work in the form of entries in two large-sized Note Books. These were the ones which he showed to Dewan Bahadur Ramachandra Rao (Collector of Nellore), V. Ramaswamy Iyer (Founder of Indian Mathematical Society), R. Narayana Iyer (Treasurer of IMS and Manager, Madras Port Trust), and to several others to convince them of his abilities as a Mathematician. The orchestrated efforts of his admirers, culminated in the encouragement he received from Prof. G.H. Hardy of Trinity College, Cambridge, whose warm response to the historic letter of Ramanujan which contained about 100 theorems, resulted in inducing the Madras University, to its lasting credit, to rise to the occasion thrice - in offering him the first research scholarship of the University in May 1913 ; then in offering him a scholarship of 250 pounds a year for five years with 100 pounds for passage by ship and for initial outfit to go to England in 1914 ; and finally, by granting Ramanujan 250 pounds a year as an allowance for 5 years commencing from April 1919 soon after his triumphant return from Cambridge "with a scientific standing and reputation such as no Indian has enjoyed before". ebooks Bruce Berndt's Number Theory in the Spirit of Ramanujan AMS 2006.pdf Ramanujan's Notebooks Ramanujan's Notebooks Part 1 of 5.pdf Ramanujan's Notebooks Part 2 of 5.pdf Ramanujan's Notebooks Part 3 of 5.pdf Ramanujan's Notebooks Part 4 of 5.pdf Ramanujan's Notebooks Part 5 of 5.pdf The Man Who Knew Infinity - A Life of the Genius Ramanujan, 468p, 1991.pdf The Man Who Knew Infinity A Life of the Genius Ramanujan 1991.pdf pics text an entry of ramanujan on hypergeometric series in his notebooks.pdf Life and work of the Mathemagician Srinivasa Ramanujan.pdf Presentation - Life of Ramanujan.pdf Ramanujan - Biography.pdf Ramanujan biography.pdf Ramanujan's Lost Notebook and the Virasoro Algebra.pdf Srinivasa Ramanujan, wikipedia.pdf The Remaining 40 of Ramanujan's Lost Notebook.pdf videos JLF-13 The Innocent Genius - Ramanujan and a Life in Mathematics (D1 MT 14).mp4 RAMANUJAN - Letters from an Indian Clerk.mp4 Srinivasa Ramanujan Equations Way to Stargate.mp4 Srinivasa Ramanujan's magic square.mp4 The Genius of Srinivasa Ramanujan.mp4 The Life of Srinivasa Ramanujan Part 1.mp4 The Life of Srinivasa Ramanujan Part 2.mp4 The Meaning of Ramanujan and His Lost Notebook, Lecture.mp4 tags: mathematics, maths, genius, India, Cambridge, science, notebooks, stargate ## Sharing Widget |