#1

Do you guys know the contributions of India to mathematics im looking for concepts or mathematicians to research from India

and also ive been reading that India invented the concept of zero but ive also heard that this was the mayans which is it?

and also ive been reading that India invented the concept of zero but ive also heard that this was the mayans which is it?

#2

http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/HistTopics/Indian_mathematics.html

You do realize that it took more effort to make this thread than to do a simple google search.

You do realize that it took more effort to make this thread than to do a simple google search.

#4

I saw a play (A Disappearing Number) about Srnivasan Ramanujan - one of the founders and geniuses of modern mathematics.

#5

i know i am googling it and reading articles i just wanted to see someones take on the subject, someone who already know this stuff to give me some guidance

#6

Dude,any question you got on math,Im your man!Im in algebra III. Fun YEAH(thats what happens when you fail algebra twice)I know the course better than the teach. It was actually the mushroom men of mario land who invented the 0...or chuck norris

#7

I read this thread as "To all the math gurus Don't Read This" from the forum view.

#8

Dude,any question you got on math,Im your man!Im in algebra III. Fun YEAH(thats what happens when you fail algebra twice)I know the course better than the teach. It was actually the mushroom men of mario land who invented the 0...or chuck norris

algebra III wouldnt that be trig?

#9

India is takin all of our jobs.

#10

algebra III wouldnt that be trig?

No that would be algebra 1 plus algebra 1 plus algebra 1

#11

India is takin all of our jobs.

how is that relevant to the thread topic

No that would be algebra 1 plus algebra 1 plus algebra 1

hmm did Indians invent that

#12

hmm did Indians invent that

Nope,that was definatly Al Gore,he made it shortly after the internet