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•It was Aryabhata who discovered Sine and Cosine of Trigonometry.
• So, in the present day what we learn in Trigonometry had basically Aryabhatta’s invention.He revokes the prevailing conception that the Earth is at the center of this universe.
•According to Aryabhata, the Sun is located in the center of the Solar System and the rest of the planets, including the Earth, revolve around it.
•So, from this article, we get a vivid idea regarding Aryabhatta contributions in the field of astronomy as well as in Mathematics.
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The Earth is round and rotates on its axis, which causes night and day, everyone knows this theory, but many people will be familiar with the reality that Aryabhatta had discovered long before ‘Nicholas Copernicus’. The Earth is round and its circumference is approximately 24835 miles.
In order to solve complex mathematical problems easily, he invented equations, which became famous all over the world. He invented a new method for speaking eleven, zero-like numbers one after the other. In algebra, he made many amendments and introduced the ‘Arya theory’ of mathematics astrology...
He also knew that the moon and other planets are not themselves luminous, but that the rays of the sun reflect in them, and that the earth and other planets revolve around the sun. He also said that the ‘moon’ is black and illuminates only with sunlight.
The great discovery of zero (0) made Aryabhata’s name immortal in the history of mathematics. And thus we all know that without it mathematics is difficult to imagine. Aryabhatta firstly interpreted the local values system.
Aryabhatta was a great astrologer and mathematician of ancient India. He composed the Aryabhatiya texts in which many theories of astrology have been rendered. Aryabhata is counted among the greatest astronomers of the world. He formulated important rules related to mathematics and astronomy, whi...
Among these, Aryabhatta is the most famous. He was the chief astrologer of the Gupta period. He was educated at Nalanda University. At the age of 23, Aryabhatta had written ‘Aryabhatiya Granth’ This book of his was received from all around, which influenced King Buddhagupta to make Aryabhatta hea...
• According to Aryabhata, the length of one year is equal to 365.25868 days which is approximately equal to modern calculation 365.25636.
Aryabhata was a great astrologer and mathematician of ancient India. He composed the ‘Aryabhatiya’ text, which is a representation of many principles of astrology. Astrologers of ancient times, famous scholars such as Aryabhata, Varahamihir, Brahmagupta, Aryabhat II, Bhaskaracharya, Kamlakar are ...
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