Srinivasa Ramanujan

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Srinivasa Ramanujan
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Born 22 December 1887(1887-12-22)
Erode, Madras Presidency, British Raj (nou Tamil Nadu, Indie)
Died 26 Apryle 1920(1920-04-26) (aged 32)
Kumbakonam, Madras Presidency, Breetish Raj (nou Tamil Nadu, Indie)
Residence Kumbakonam, Madras Presidency
Madras, Madras Presidency
Lunnon, Unitit Kinrick
Naitionality Indie
Alma mater Government Arts College (na degree)
Pachaiyappa's College (na degree)
Trinity College, Cambridge (BSc, 1916)
Kent for Landau–Ramanujan constant
Mock theta functions
Ramanujan conjecture
Ramanujan prime
Ramanujan–Soldner constant
Ramanujan theta function
Ramanujan's sum
Rogers–Ramanujan identities
Ramanujan's master theorem
Awairds Fellae o the Ryal Society
Scientific career
Fields Mathematics
Institutions Trinity College, Cambridge
Thesis Highly Composite Numbers (1916)
Academic advisors G. H. Hardy
J. E. Littlewood
Influences G. S. Carr
Influenced G. H. Hardy
Signatur Srinivasa Ramanujan signature
In this Indian name, the name Srinivasa is a patronymic, nae a faimily name, an the person should be referred tae bi the gien name, Ramanujan.

Srinivasa Iyengar Ramanujan FRS (pronunciation: Listeni/ˈʃrniˌvɑːsə ˈrɑːmɑːˌnʊən/; 22 December 1887 – 26 Aprile 1920) wis an Indie mathematician an autodidact wha lived during the Breetish Raj. Tho he haed awmaist na formal trainin in pure mathematics, he made substantial contreibutions tae mathematical analysis, nummer theory, infinite series, an continued fractions.