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 The deity of the second division of the saptashati is ubiquitously depicted as mahiShamardinI. But here is a rare d… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 hours ago
 The kaumAra goddess mukhamaNDikA and the nejameShagraha from Mathura https://t.co/Oo8vKrWgiG 3 hours ago
 One of the famous Bhumara steles showing rAjarAja . It depicts the honey pot known to v1s well versed in the kauber… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 4 hours ago
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Monthly Archives: February 2018
Mongolica: Qubilai Khan’s campaign to destroy the Southern Song
The final act in Mongol conquest of China shows the military capability of Qubilai and why his grandfather, the great Khan had singled him out as the one who someday would adorn his throne. We shall place here a very … Continue reading
The quotient triangle, the parabolahyperbola sequence, the remainder triangle and perfect numbers
The quotient triangle Consider a positive integer . Then for all do the floor operation . Say , we get , a sequence of quotients of the division . If we do this for all we get the quotient triangular … Continue reading
Posted in Scientific ramblings
Tagged composite numbers, conic sections, conics, division, geometry, mathematics, Nicomachus, pi, prime numbers, Ramanujan
Counting primes, arithmetic functions, Ramanujan and the like
We originally wished to have a tailpiece for our previous note that would describe more precisely the relationship between the Möbius function and the distribution of prime numbers. However, since that would have needed a bit of a detour in … Continue reading
Posted in History, Scientific ramblings
Tagged complex numbers, Euler, Gauss, mathematics, prime numbers, Ramanujan, Riemann
Our autodiscovery of the Möbius and Mertens sequences
Recently, we were explaining to our friend the Möbius and the Mertens functions and their relationship to the prime number distribution. We also heard with some wonder from a physicist of a theoretical model where multiparticle states behave as bosons … Continue reading
Posted in Life, Scientific ramblings
Tagged Chebyshev functions, mathematics, Möbius function, Mertens function, numbers, prime numbers, zeta function