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By George E. Andrews

In the library at Trinity university, Cambridge in 1976, George Andrews of Pennsylvania country college came upon a sheaf of pages within the handwriting of Srinivasa Ramanujan. quickly distinctive as "Ramanujan’s misplaced Notebook," it comprises significant fabric on mock theta capabilities and certainly dates from the final yr of Ramanujan’s existence. during this booklet, the pc is gifted with extra fabric and professional commentary.

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