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## Ramanujan: The Man Who Loved Numbers

Published on Nov 29, 2015

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### RAMANUJAN: THE MAN WHO LOVED NUMBERS

BY: CAITLIN TORRENS

### COUNTING PARTITIONS

• A way of expressing an integer as the sum of the other integers
• Each number has a certain amount of partitions for example: 5 has 7 different partitions.
• 100 has 190,569,262 partitions and 200 has 3,972,999,029,388 partitations!

### CubeS And Exponents

• There are many different exponents and adding them together can create 'cubes'
• Both 10 and 9 to the third power add up to 1729

### FINDING Pi

• Ramanujan discovered many formulas and the formula for finding the circumference of a circle is one of them.
• C= pi * d or c= pi * r^2

### NUMBERS: YOU GOTTA LOVE 'EM

• Ramanujan discovered patterns and if you multiply 1 by 9 and add 1 the answer will have the amount of 1s given

### PERSONAL STATS

• Full name: Srinivasa ramanujan
• Nickname: the man who loved numbers
• Born: December 22, 1887
• Died: April 26,1920
• Lived to be 32 years old.

### MAGICAL MATH TRICKS PART 1

• Pick a random domino
• Count the number of Dotson the left side of the domino
• Multiply the amount by 5
• Multiply by 2
• Add the amount of dots on the rights side to the result from the left
• Finally subtract 14 from the final result
• The sum should show the amount of dots on the left as the first number and the amount of dots on the right as the second number

### MAGICAL MATH TRICKS PART 2

• Choose any number divisible by 3
• Add the next to larger numbers
• Add the digits of the sum
• Continue to add the digits until you get 21.
• This will happen every time

### SRINIVASA RAMANUJAN

1887-1920 