Srinivasa Ramanujan was born on 22 December 1887 in Mysore, British India. To commemorate his birth anniversary India observes 22 December as National Mathematics Day. In this article, we will see why Ramanujan is regarded as one of the greatest mathematicians of India. Also, we will see some of his major contributions to mathematics. He made substantial contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions, including solutions to mathematical problems then considered unsolvable.
Landau- Ramanujan constant
Mock Theta Functions
More than 3900 identities
Ramanujan- Soldner Constant
Ramanujan- Theta Function
Ramanujan's Magic Square
Ramanujan's Number (1792)
Rogers- Ramanujan's Identities
Ramanujan's Master Theorem
Ramanujan- Sato Series
Ramanujan had 185 IQ which is a very incredible figure.
He Had Almost No Formal Training in Math.
He Compiled 3,900 Results by the Age of 32
The Chennai-based museum houses letters from Ramanujan's friends as well as a large collection of images of his home and family.
He Used to Mention His Ideas in Notebooks in Green Ink.
December 22 is Celebrated as the National Mathematics Day.
He failed to get a degree.
The goal of Mathematics Day is to increase public understanding of the value of mathematics. People commemorate this day to recognise the value of mathematics in daily life. The government takes a number of actions to educate and inspire the populace and the nation's children to adopt a favourable attitude toward mathematics. Through multiple camps organised by various authorities, free training is offered to a variety of pupils and math teachers.