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1. Ancient Indian Scientists: Ancient Indian Mathematicians, Ancient Indian Physicians, Nagarjuna, Brahmagupta, Aryabhata, Sushruta Samhita | |
Paperback: 80
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(2010-09-15)
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2. Ancient Indian Mathematicians: Brahmagupta | |
Paperback: 62
Pages
(2010-09-15)
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3. Indian Mathematicians: Srinivasa Ramanujan, Satyendra Nath Bose, Patañjali, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Sarvadaman Chowla, Paini | |
Paperback: 348
Pages
(2010-09-15)
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4. A critical study of Brahmagupta and his works: A most distinguished Indian astronomer and mathematician of the sixth century A.D by Satya Prakash | |
Unknown Binding: 344
Pages
(1968)
Asin: B0000CR09P Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
5. SOME EMINENT INDIAN MATHEMATICIANS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY VOLUME V by J.N. KAPUR(EDITOR) | |
Hardcover:
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(1993)
Asin: B0011BK5LG Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
6. The Indian Clerk: A Novel by David Leavitt | |
Hardcover: 496
Pages
(2007-09-04)
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Editorial Review Product Description The brilliant new novel from one of our most respected writers—his most ambitious and accessible to date. On a January morning in 1913, G. H. Hardy—eccentric, charismatic and, at thirty-seven, already considered the greatest British mathematician of his age—receives in the mail a mysterious envelope covered with Indian stamps. Inside he finds a rambling letter from a self-professed mathematical genius who claims to be on the brink of solving the most important unsolved mathematical problem of all time. Some of his Cambridge colleagues dismiss the letter as a hoax, but Hardy becomes convinced that the Indian clerk who has written it—Srinivasa Ramanujan—deserves to be taken seriously. Aided by his collaborator, Littlewood, and a young don named Neville who is about to depart for Madras with his wife, Alice, he determines to learn more about the mysterious Ramanujan and, if possible, persuade him to come to Cambridge. It is a decision that will profoundly affect not only his own life, and that of his friends, but the entire history of mathematics. Based on the remarkable true story of the strange and ultimately tragic relationship between an esteemed British mathematician and an unknown—and unschooled—mathematical genius, and populated with such luminaries such as D. H. Lawrence, Bertrand Russell, and Ludwig Wittgenstein, The Indian Clerk takes this extraordinary slice of history and transforms it into an emotional and spell-binding story about the fragility of human connection and our need to find order in the world. Customer Reviews (30)
An very rich book, and successful, book
Far Off Target
Written With a Tabloid Writer's MIndset
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A great book for the homosexuals |
7. Mathematics in Medieval India: An entry from Gale's <i>Science and Its Times</i> by Sherri Chasin Calvo | |
Digital: 3
Pages
(2001)
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