Sridharacharya mathematician
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They were compiled by Bruce Berndt and Robert Rankin in their book Ramanujan, Letters and Commentary. Indeed there is no suggestion that Sridhara realised that proofs are in any way necessary. Aryabhata himself one of at least two mathematicians bearing that name lived in the late 5th and the early 6th centuries at , a village near the city of Patna and wrote a book called Aryabhatiya. An increasing number of complete treatises on mathematical subjects survived from this period, beginning about the middle of the 1st millennium, in contrast to the scattered allusions and fragments of the ancient period. She had to pose as a male to be taken seriously in her studies. It was a school of mathematics and astronomy founded by Madhava of Sangamagrama, arguably the greatest mathematician-astronomer of medieval India. For students studying geometry worldwide, his influence is obvious.