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The ProfessionLife of

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Airkeria Knight

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Mathematical contributions

University of Madras
University Of Cambridge
Government Arts College
The History of Srinivasa Ramanujan
Ramanujan-Hardy Number 1729
Ramanujan Magic Square
Ramanujan & Gold Bach's Conjecture
and his Mathematical Contributions
By: Airkeria Knight
Professor Chas lynch
MGF 1107
Town Higher Secondary School
Birth-date: December 22,1887
Birth Place: Erode, Madras Presidency
Death-date: April 26,1920 ( Age 32)
Place of death: Chetput, Madras Presidency

Spouse: Janaki Ammal
Ramanujan married Janaki Ammal when she was nine years old, but they didn't move in together until she was twelve.
Mathematical Contributions
Ramanujan created a super magic square.
The top row is his birth date (December 22, 1887).
This is a super magic square because not only do the rows, columns, and diagonals add up to the same number.
The four corners, the four middle squares (17, 9, 24, 89), the first and last rows two middle numbers (12, 18, 86, 23), and the first and last columns two middle numbers (88, 10, 25, 16) all add up to the sum of 139.
"Ramanujan's Constant And Its Cousins." Ramanujan's Constant And Its Cousins. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Apr. 2015.
"Srinivasa Ramanujan Biography." – Profile, Childhood, Life, Timeline. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Apr. 2015.
"Srinivasa Aiyangar Ramanujan." Ramanujan Biography. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Apr. 2015.

Gold Bach’s conjecture is one of the important illustrations of Ramanujan contribution towards the proof of the conjecture.
The statement is every even integer greater that two is the sum of two primes, that is, 6=3+3.
Ramanujan and his associates had shown that every large integer could be written as the sum of at most four.
*Example: 43=2+5+17+19
Have a great Summer ;)!
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