## Saturday, November 4, 2017

### #PythaShastri is an Euler or a Jacobi

#PythaShastri is an Euler or a Jacobi.
#PythaShastri thinks in that fashion.
Remember the comment by Prof Hardy on Ramanujan.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

Two things(mathematical funda), with timing now and then, I thought made me compare #PythaShastri with Euler.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

One was the e series of squares. So #PythaShastri believes. e is tough. squares e is impossible. So I said yes, I am #PythaShastri and #PythaShastri thinks like Euler.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

Second was the prime by the previous prime. This I thought in 10 angle. The decimal point.
But Euler was able to use it in a star genius way to equate to zeta function. Now called the Riemann Zeta function or Euler-Riemann zeta function.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

Another thing that Euler did was make an equation for generating prime numbers. Which I cannot do.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

One thing that Madhava of Sangamagrama do was make a formula for errors in a series.
Something like 22/7 has errors. But 3.1416 . . . . does not.
Which I cannot do.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

However practically I drew a pentagon with something like 22/7. But not 3.1416. . . .
I did this.This was beautiful.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

Figure A shows the most beautiful equation in the world. Men are mad with this stuff of knowledge. The greatest ever, Leonhard Euler made this equation. Madhava of Sangamagrama is also saying something like EULA when he claimed to have computed formula for errors in series.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

The equation in Figure A is nothing but a feel that waves are propagating sideways and upwards.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

Further research scope include :-
1) hyperbolic functions especially with the arc thing in the Figure A.
2) 22/7, 88/27, 176/55.5 sorts series.
3) Mock theta functions.