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 (rä-mä′no͝o-jən), Srinivasa 1887-1920.
Indian mathematician who produced innovative theorems in number theory and other fields, despite having had little formal education in mathematics.


(rɑˈmɑ nʊ dʒən)

Srinivasa, 1887–1920, Indian mathematician.
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com/biography/Srinivasa-Ramanujan) Srinivasa Ramanujan , who died in 1920 at the age of 32.
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The Man Who Knew Infinity, a heart-wrenching biopic starring Dev Patel as mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, arrives in theatres on Thursday in the UAE after premiering at Dubai International Film Festival last year.
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IT'S an astonishing story and now a brilliant new film starring Dev Patel and Jeremy Irons has been made about the Hindu mathematical prodigy Srinivasa Ramanujan.