Ramanujan

Srinivasa Ramanujan life full history.

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Ramanujan met deputy collector V. Ramaswamy Aiyer, who had founded the Indian Mathematical Society. Wishing for a job at the revenue department where Aiyer worked, Ramanujan showed him his mathematics notebooks.

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Ramanujan mentioned a correspondence he had with Professor Saldhana, a notable Bombay mathematician, in which Saldhana expressed a lack of understanding of his work but concluded that he was not a phony. Ramanujan replied that he needed work and financial support. Rao consented and sent him to Madras So he continued his research.

1913, Narayana Iyer, Ramachandra Rao and E. W. Middlemast tried to present. Ramanujan's work to British mathematicians. M. J. M. Hill of University College London commented because that Ramanujan's papers were riddled with holes.

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The first result had already been determined by G. Bauer in 1859. The second was new to Hardy, and was derived from a class of functions called hypergeometric series, and which had first been researched by Leonhard Euler and Carl Fried rich Gauss. Hardy found these results "much more intriguing" but than Gauss's work on integrals. After seeing Ramanujan's theorems on continued fractions and the last page of the manuscripts. Hardy commented that the theorems "defeated me completely. I had never seen anything in the least like them before". He figured that Ramanujan's theorems "must be true, because, if they were not true. No one would have the imagination to invent them". Hardy asked a colleague, J. E. Little wood, to take a look at the papers.

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Ramanujan a research scholarship of 75 rupees per month for the next two years at the University of Madras. While he was engaged so as a research student and Ramanujan continued to submit papers to the Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society. In one instance so Narayana Iyer submitted some of Ramanujan's theorems on summation of series to the journal, adding. "The following theorem is due to S. Ramanujan, the mathematics student of Madras University."

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