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1. Science In India: History Of Mathematics: Indian Mathematicians And Astronomers, Describes indian mathematicians such as Aryabhatta who modelled the solar system, Bhaskar, Varahamira, and others who made important contributions in the fields of trigonometry, algebra, and classical analysis. http://members.tripod.com/~INDIA_RESOURCE/mathematics.htm  

2. Great Indian Mathematicians Just as the basics principles of Hinduism lay in the Vedas, so do the roots of mathematics. Discover the marvels of Vedic maths, a unique system of calculations based on word formulae, which can http://hinduism.about.com/library/weekly/extra/blindianmathematicians.htm  

3. Ancient Indian Mathematicians A complete, Indian site on school maths, cbse and icse competitive exams, jokes and puzzles With this historical background, we come to the famous indian mathematicians. now called "Rolle's http://www.ilovemaths.com/ind_mathe.htm  

4. Indian Numerals  Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Arguably, any of these numeral systems could be called the Indian numeral system This is despite the fact that indian mathematicians most notably Brahmagupta had already studied http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_numerals  

5. Indian Mathematics Index History Topics Index of Ancient Indian mathematics. Articles on Indian Mathematics Ancient indian mathematicians in our archive in chronological order http://wwwgroups.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/Indians.html 
6. Indian Science And Mathematics  History For Kids! In the 600 s AD, indian mathematicians may have been responsible for inventing thenumeral zero, and the decimal (or place) system (or it is possible that they http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/india/science/  

7. Medieval Chinese And Indian Mathematicians Chinese Mathematicians. indian mathematicians " The Chinese mathematicians were proficient in solving many The indian mathematicians of the medieval period were basically algebraists http://www.math.utk.edu/~m400/ch6/People.html  

8. Journal Of American Indian EducationArizona State University heard of any American indian mathematicians and/or scientists, where or small numbers of American indian mathematicians and scientists, that even though American Indian students http://jaie.asu.edu/v36/V36S2how.htm  

9. Soc.Religion.Hindu Archives: Re:REQUEST: Ancient Indian Mathematicians ReREQUEST Ancient indian mathematicians. Posted By Prasenjit Medhi(medhi@worldnet.att.net) Tue, 26 Aug 1997 134633 0400 http://www.hindunet.org/srh_home/1997_8/0055.html  

10. Ancient Indian Mathematicians Ancient indian mathematicians The most With this historical background,we come to the famous indian mathematicians. Aryabhata (475 http://web.nitc.ac.in/~ee/departmentweb/newevents/indmath.html  

11. Fibonacci's Roots Meanwhile, indian mathematicians had long before started their longtradition of fine mathematical thought. In the early parts of http://www.fuzzygalore.biz/articles/fibonacci.shtml  

12. Neither Vedia Nor Mathematics A Staemant Signed By SG Dani And Other Indian Scie It is noteworthy that they have cherished the legacy of distinguished indian mathematicianslike Srinivasa Ramanujam, VK Patodi, S. Minakshisundaram, Harish http://www.sacw.net/DC/CommunalismCollection/ArticlesArchive/NoVedic.html  

13. 8 IV. Mathematics Over The Next 400 Years (700AD1100AD) Ellipse Only Indian mathematician to refer to the ellipse, indeed indian mathematiciansdid not study conic sections or anything along these lines. http://wwwhistory.mcs.standrews.ac.uk/history/Projects/Pearce/Chapters/Ch8_4.h 
14. 10 Conclusions I wish to conclude initially by simply saying that the work of indian mathematicianshas been severely neglected by western historians, although the situation http://wwwhistory.mcs.standrews.ac.uk/history/Projects/Pearce/Chapters/Ch10.ht 
15. Mathematician At MIT: Indian Wins 'junior Nobel' Mathematician at MIT Indian wins Âjunior NobelÂ. indian mathematiciansacknowledge that attention is coming this way after a long time. http://www.hvk.org/articles/0902/151.html  

16. A Short Note Brahmagupta was one of the very few early indian mathematicians, who conceptualisedthe earth as round, and not as flat and hollow. Bhaskara. http://cs.annauniv.edu/associations_and_events/maths/HISTORY/INDEX.HTM  

17. Indian Maths Did you know, for instance that . indian mathematicians developed the conceptof zero ? indian mathematicians developed the decimal place notation ? http://cs.annauniv.edu/associations_and_events/maths/  

18. Indian Scientists, Scientist Of India advanced methods of determining the number of mathematical combinations by the secondcentury BC By the fifth century AD, indian mathematicians were using ten http://www.indianchild.com/indian_scientists.htm  

19. Indian Of The Month It was during the fall of Roman Empire that Aryabhata another of theoldest indian mathematicians was born.. His best known work http://www.indoaust.com/IndianFebruary03.htm  

20. SPEAKING TREE Zero To Infinity In Indian Mysticism  The Times Of India indian mathematicians knew perfectly well how to distinguish between these two notionswhich are mutually contradictory and which are the inverse of each other http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/cms.dll/articleshow?artid=22993081 
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