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I know and have learned while in school. It is based on sixteen sutras . These principles are general in nature and applied in many ways. Some notes were provided for simple and fast calculations. these formulae are not to be found in the present recensions of Atharvaveda. They were actually reconstructed, on the basis of intuitive revelation, from materials scattered here and there in the Atharvaveda

Answered by Mohammed asim nehal, 07 Jan '10 01:11 am
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I dont but; i am serious about learning it as soon as possible ...

Answered by Praveen Kapur, 07 Jan '10 01:11 am
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The Shatapatha Brahmana, which approximates the value of ,(pie ) and the Sulba Sutras were geometry texts that used irrational numbers, prime numbers, the rule of three and cube roots; computed the square root of 2 to one part in one hundred thousand; gave the method for constructing a circle with approximately the same area as a given square, solved linear and quadratic equations; developed Pythagorean triples algebraically, and gave a statement and numerical proof of the Pythagorean theorem.

Panini s notation was similar to modern mathematical notation, and used metarules, transformations, and recursion. Pingala in his treatise of prosody uses a device corresponding to a binary numeral system. His discussion of the combinatorics of meters corresponds to an elementary version of the binomial theorem. Pingala's work also contains the basic ideas of Fibonacci numbers

The Surya Siddhanta introduced the trigonometric functions of sine, cosine, and inverse sine, and laid down rules ...more

Answered by DR DINESH SHARMA, 07 Jan '10 01:10 am
Panini s notation was similar to modern mathematical notation, and used metarules, transformations, and recursion. Pingala in his treatise of prosody uses a device corresponding to a binary numeral system. His discussion of the combinatorics of meters corresponds to an elementary version of the binomial theorem. Pingala's work also contains the basic ideas of Fibonacci numbers

The Surya Siddhanta introduced the trigonometric functions of sine, cosine, and inverse sine, and laid down rules ...more

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