Ramanujan Reaches His Hand from His Grave to Snatch Your Theorems from You

  title={Ramanujan Reaches His Hand from His Grave to Snatch Your Theorems from You},
  author={Bruce C. Berndt},
Born on December 22, 1887, India’s greatest mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan, began to record his discoveries in notebooks in about 1904 when he entered the Government College of Kumbakonam for what was to be only one year of study. For the next five years, Ramanujan did mathematics, mostly in isolation, while logging his findings without proofs in notebooks. Ramanujan moved to Madras in 1910 and, while working as a clerk in the Madras Port Trust Office, was encouraged by the Manager and… CONTINUE READING


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