28. May 2023•0 gefällt mir•38 views

Downloaden Sie, um offline zu lesen

Melden

Bildung

This slide is about the Hardy-Ramanujan's Number. Presentation consists of 7 slides including the introduction and the Thank You slide. Hope you will all understand the slide and maybe you might a little knowledge about the Hardy-Ramanujan's number. This is a small slide so dont expect it to have all the information but I have done my best and have added all the important stuff in this presentation. So hope you will all enjoy the presentation and also Thank You. BTW the template was not created by, I have taken it from slidego.

TutorialCoreFolgen

- 2. Introduction Who is G.H Hardy? 03 Contents 04 01 02 Introduction Who is S.Ramanujan? About the number What is the Hardy-Ramanujan Number? History Why was the number special?
- 3. G.H. Hardy was an English mathematician and teacher prominent in the early 20th century. He made major contributions in the fields of number theory. He is best remembered for his work in number theory. Who is G.H Hardy?
- 4. S. Ramanujan was an Indian mathematician and autodidact who made significant contributions to mathematical analysis and number theory. He was known to G.H. Hardy as a genius, and his work has greatly impacted the reach of Indian mathematics. Who is S.Ramanujan?
- 5. Hardy-Ramanujan Number is the number 1729. Which was discovered by Indian mathematician and English Mathematician G.H Hardy in 1919. This story is very famous among mathematicians. 1729 is sometime called the “Hardy-Ramanujan Number”. There are two ways to say that 1729 is the sum of two cubes, 1x1x1=1; 12x12x12=1728 What is the Hardy-Ramanujan Number?
- 6. Hardy quipped that he came in a taxi with the number '1729' which seemed a fairly ordinary number. Ramanujan said that it was not. 1729, the Hardy-Ramanujan Number, is the smallest number which can be expressed as the sum of two different cubes in two different ways. History behind the Number 04
- 7. Thank You