Ramanujan immediately began his work with Littlewood and Hardy. Four days later, Neville took him to his house on Chesterton Road in Cambridge.
Hardy enlisted a colleague lecturing in Madras, E. At age 31 Ramanujan was one of the youngest Fellows in the history of the Royal Society. In the previous few decades, the foundations of mathematics had come into question and the need for mathematically rigorous proofs recognized. Neville, to mentor and bring Ramanujan to England.
He credited his acumen to his family goddessMahalakshmi of Namakkal. He was diagnosed with tuberculosis and a severe vitamin deficiency at the time, and was confined to a sanatorium.
Hardy was an atheist and an apostle of proof and mathematical rigour, whereas Ramanujan was a deeply religious man who relied very strongly on his intuition and insights. Afterward he would receive visions of scrolls of complex mathematical content unfolding before his eyes.
Janaki Ammal, moved to Bombay ; in she returned to Madras and settled in Triplicanewhere she supported herself on a pension from Madras University and income from tailoring. He was elected "for his investigation in Elliptic functions and the Theory of Numbers.
Ramanujan proposed an abundance of formulae that could be investigated later in depth.
He looked to her for inspiration in his work : Narayanan, who eventually became an officer of the State Bank of India and raised a family.
Inshe adopted a son, W. Nevasa on 17 March Hardy had already received theorems from Ramanujan in the first two letters, but there were many more results and theorems in the notebooks.
His health worsened in England; possibly he was also less resilient due to the difficulty of keeping to the strict dietary requirements of his religion in England and wartime rationing during — Hardy remarked that it was one of the most unusual papers seen in mathematical research at that time and that Ramanujan showed extraordinary ingenuity in handling it.
Ross of Madras Christian Collegewhom Ramanujan had met a few years before, stormed into his class one day with his eyes glowing, asking his students, "Does Ramanujan know Polish?Srinivasa Ramanujan FRS (/ ˈ ʃ r iː n i ˌ v ɑː s ə r ɑː ˈ m ɑː n ʊ dʒ ən /; listen (help · info); 22 December – 26 April ) was an Indian mathematician who lived during the British Rule in India.
Though he had almost no formal training in pure mathematics, he made substantial contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series.Download