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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
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
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
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
Then add 7
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