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The second notebook has pages in 21 chapters and unorganized pages, with the third notebook containing 33 unorganized pages. Also, he could afford only a small amount of paper, doing most of his work on slate with chalk, transferring a minimal amount of his working and his results hietory paper.

### Srinivasa Ramanujan - Wikipedia

He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society inas one of the youngest Fellows in the history of the Royal Society. Hindered by poverty and ill-health, his highly original work has considerably enriched number theory and, more recently, physics.

Hardy himself created papers exploring material from Ramanujan's work, as did G. Janaki Ammal, moved to Bombay ; in she returned to Madras and settled in Triplicanewhere she supported herself on a pension from Madras University and income from tailoring.

Iyer introduced Ramanujan as an outstanding student who deserved scores higher than the maximum possible marks. On 8 FebruaryHardy wrote Ramanujan a letter expressing his interest in his work, adding that it was "essential that I should see proofs of some of your assertions". Mathematics portal Biography portal India portal.

## Srinivasa Ramanujan

Hardy had once said to him:. Inshe and Ramanujan's mother joined Ramanujan in Madras. His achievements were to be fully understood much later, well after his untimely death in Springer-Verlag New York Inc.

Her decision led to several very heated quarrels with other devout family members. Julian—Gregorian uncertainty CS1 maint: The paper was more than 50 pages and proved various properties of such numbers.

Retrieved 11 January As a by-product, new directions of research were opened up. Ramanujan also published five short notes in the Records of Proceedings at meetings of the London Mathematical Society and six more in the journal of the Indian Mathematical Society.

## Srinivasa Aiyangar Ramanujan

Suppose that we rate mathematicians on the basis of pure talent on a scale from 0 toHardy gave himself a score of 25, J. On 1 OctoberRamanujan was tamanujan at the local school. He also suffered from poor health and had to undergo a surgery in Just before turning 10, in Novemberhe passed his primary examinations in English, Tamilgeography and arithmetic with the best scores in the district.

Archived from the original on 6 October His family enlisted a local to make sure he would stay histkry school.

Ramanujan contracted smallpox in but recovered from the potentially fatal disease. While in England, Hardy tried his best to fill the gaps in Ramanujan's education without interrupting his spell of inspiration.

### Srinivasa Ramanujan - New World Encyclopedia

December 22 The American Mathematical Monthly. The Hungry Years At the beginning ofat the age of 19, with minimal funds and a stomach all too often groaning with hunger, Ramanujan continued on the path he had chosen: His last letters to Hardy, written Januaryshow that he was still continuing to produce new mathematical ideas and theorems.

The next year, he had independently developed and investigated the Bernoulli numbers and had calculated Euler's constant up to 15 decimal places.

Hardy, whose great mathematical findings were beginning to be appreciated from to ramanujaan A stamp picturing Ramanujan was released by the Government of India in — the 75th anniversary of Ramanujan's birth — commemorating his achievements in the field of number theory, [75] and a new design was issued on 26 Decemberby the India Post.

The first two professors returned his letters without any comments. The history of earlier contributions by wikipedians is accessible to researchers here:

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