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Srinivasa Ramanujan was an Indian mathematician.

From the basics to the most obscure facts, this Srinivasa Ramanujan quiz has it all! With 20 questions covering a wide range of topics, it's the perfect way to test your knowledge. Do you have what it takes to come out on top? Discover your unique strengths.

Srinivasa Ramanujan was an Indian mathematician.

From the basics to the most obscure facts, this Srinivasa Ramanujan quiz has it all! With 20 questions covering a wide range of topics, it's the perfect way to test your knowledge. Do you have what it takes to come out on top? Discover your unique strengths.

### Tulsa

### Erode

### Laucha An Der Unstrut

### Wallsend

Ramanujan's boss, Sir Francis Spring, and S. Narayana Iyer, a colleague who was also treasurer of the Indian Mathematical Society, encouraged Ramanujan in his mathematical pursuits.

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### Dec 11, 1840

### Nov 30, 1877

### Nov 30, 1902

### Dec 22, 1887

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### Function Theory

### Mathematician

### Catastrophe Theory

### Combinatorics

- Combinatorics
- Number Theory
- Mathematician

In a letter dated 9 February 1912, Ramanujan wrote: Attached to his application was a recommendation from E. W. Middlemast, a mathematics professor at the Presidency College, who wrote that Ramanujan was "a young man of quite exceptional capacity in Mathematics".

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### Fellow Of The Society Of Antiquaries Of Newcastle

### Fellow Of The Royal Entomological Society

### PFA Players' Player Of The Year

### Fellow Of The Royal Society

- Fellow Of Trinity College (1918)
- Fellow Of The Royal Society (1918)

At his office, Ramanujan easily and quickly completed the work he was given and spent his spare time doing mathematical research.

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### 1918

### 1916

### 1915

### 1923

- Fellow Of Trinity College (1918)
- Fellow Of The Royal Society (1918)

In the spring of 1913, Narayana Iyer, Ramachandra Rao and E. W. Middlemast tried to present Ramanujan's work to British mathematicians.

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### G. S. Carr

### Johann Gottlieb Friedrich Von Bohnenberger

### JÃ¡nos Bolyai

### Camille Jordan

He said that although Ramanujan had "a taste for mathematics, and some ability", he lacked the necessary educational background and foundation to be accepted by mathematicians.

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### Apr 26, 1920

### Jan 22, 1966

### Apr 1, 1921

### Mar 18, 1935

Coming from an unknown mathematician, the nine pages of mathematics made Hardy initially view Ramanujan's manuscripts as a possible fraud.

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Is this true or false?

### True

### False

### Dundee

### Norman

### Kumbakonam

### Munich

After his maternal grandfather lost his job as a court official in Kanchipuram, Ramanujan and his mother moved back to Kumbakonam, and he was enrolled in Kangayan Primary School.

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### Janakiammal

### Salomea Abigail Euler

### Hedvig Selberg

### Katharina Euler

That year, Ramanujan entered Town Higher Secondary School, where he encountered formal mathematics for the first time.

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### American Mathematical Society

### Royal Society

### American Academy Of Arts And Sciences

### Indian Academy Of Sciences

When he graduated from Town Higher Secondary School in 1904, Ramanujan was awarded the K. Ranganatha Rao prize for mathematics by the school's headmaster, Krishnaswami Iyer.

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### Chennai Port

### Toulouse

### Trinity College

### World Trade Organization

- Chennai Port

(1912-1914) - Trinity College

(1916-1919)

In 1910, after a meeting between the 23-year-old Ramanujan and the founder of the Indian Mathematical Society, V. Ramaswamy Aiyer, Ramanujan began to get recognition in Madras's mathematical circles, leading to his inclusion as a researcher at the University of Madras.

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### Ernst Christian Julius Schering

### G.H. Hardy

### John Edensor Littlewood

### Johann Bernoulli

- G.H. Hardy
- John Edensor Littlewood

The number 1729 is known as the Hardyâ€“Ramanujan number after a famous visit by Hardy to see Ramanujan at a hospital.

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### The Art Of Computer Programming

### Ramanujanâ€“Petersson Conjecture

### Dijkstra's Algorithm

### Taxicab_number

- Landauâ€“Ramanujan Constant
- Ramanujan Theta Function
- Rogersâ€“Ramanujan Identities
- Ramanujanâ€“Soldner Constant
- Taxicab_number
- Ramanujan's Sum
- Ramanujanâ€“Nagell Equation
- Ramanujan Prime
- Ramanujanâ€“Petersson Conjecture
- Ramanujan Summation
- Hardyâ€“Ramanujan Theorem
- Ramanujan Graph

In his notes, Hardy commented that Ramanujan had produced groundbreaking new theorems, including some that "defeated me completely; I had never seen anything in the least like them before", and some recently proven but highly advanced results.

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### University Of Chicago

### Pachaiyappa's College

### University Of Oslo

### Town Higher Secondary School

- Trinity College

(1914-1916) - Town Higher Secondary School

(1898-1904) - Government Arts College, Kumbakonam

(1904-1905) - Pachaiyappa's College

(1906-1907) - University Of Cambridge

Of his original letters, Hardy stated that a single look was enough to show they could have been written only by a mathematician of the highest calibre, comparing Ramanujan to mathematical geniuses such as Euler and Jacobi.

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### Cutman

### Software And Applications Developers And Analysts Not Elsewhere Classified

### Zoologist

### Mathematician

### Infanticide

### Natural Causes

### Homicide

### Impalement

### Hinduism

### Anglicanism

### Protestantism

### Judaism

Although there are numerous statements that could have borne the name Ramanujan conjecture, one was highly influential on later work.

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