Greatest mathematician of this era, without a competition. His theorems are still being solved and then applied. The little which has been solved its used in string theory, in layman’s terms Multiverse.
Ramanujan was a generally self-trained unadulterated mathematician. He made significant commitment to numerical investigation, number hypothesis and proceeded with parts, he was such a genius that he found his own theorems and went along as 3,900 outcomes, his revelations has been applied to physical science, where his theta work lies at the Heart of String hypothesis.
An ATM machine arranges the money before giving it to us using partition theory. This theory was given by S. Ramanujan
In 2011, on his 125th birth anniversary Indian Government Declared The birthday of Ramanujan as National Mathematics Day, not for Math not for Ramanujan, not for Bharat watch this movie for MCU. Avengers Multiverse is going to be the plot, know about the person who in real world tried to find theorems which can lead to multiverse in real. In 1913 Ramanujan began a postal correspondence with the English mathematician G.H Hardy at the university of Cambridge, England.
His discoveries are surprisingly rich and that there is another side to them. As a side-effect of his work, new bearings of exploration were opened up, for example generally charming of these formulae incorporate boundless series for π.
He attributed his sharpness to his family goddess, Namagiri Thayar (goddess Mahalakshmi) of Namakkal, he sought her for motivation in his work he frequently said, “An equation means nothing to me unless it expresses a thought of god”
Ramanujan’s Magic box
This box is more special because first row is the birthday of this legend. 22/12/1887. TODAY.
Sum of any row = sum of any column = sum of any diagonal = sum of 2 x 2 box = sum of four corners = 139
The number 1729 is known as the Hardy-Ramanujan number after a famous visit by Hardy to see Ramanujan at a hospital.
Hardy’s once remarked number 1729 a dull one, and that he hoped it was not an unfavorable omen. “NO”, Ramanujan replied, “it is a very interesting number; it is the smallest number expressible as the sum of two cubes in two different ways.”
The Two different ways are 1729 = 1³ = 12³ = 9³ + 10³
Einstein’s theory of general relativity in 1916. Then there was this genius who understood the behavior of Black holes even before the World knew it existed.
This is the only image of real black hole that we have which is almost accurate of what we saw in Christopher Nolan’s Interstaller. Nolan’s team made a supercomputer loaded it with heavy data and with the use of best AI available they achieved a close to accurate image of black hole. Imagine someone understanding how black hole behaves without any electronic device in British India in 1919 on a deathbed, not only he understood but gave an equation based on his understanding which was used in 2002.
In 1919, ill health- now believed to have been hepatic amoebiasis compelled Ramanujan’s return to India, where he died in 1920.Died at the age of 32, Gave a mock theta theory in 1919 on his deathbed. 9 decades later in 2002 this theory was used to study behavioral pattern of Black hole. The term black hole was first used In 1967 and concept of black hole came into being with Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity in 1916. Then there was this genius who understood the behavior of Black holes even before the World knew it existed.
The Ramanujan's Journal, a scientific journal was set up to distribute work in every aspect of arithmetic affected by Ramanujan and his scratch pad containing outlines of his distributed and unpublished outcomes. As in late 2012, analysts kept on finding that simple remarks in his works about "basic properties" and "Basic results" for specific finding were themselves significant and unpretentious number hypothesis results that stayed unsuspected until almost a century later his demise.
“The man who knew infinity” – a biopic on this legend made by a Hollywood director, the film which has covered maximum aspects of his life.