The pinnacle of this series of modular arithmetic, we prove a theorem that ties everything together!

# Month: March 2021

## Modular Arithmetic Part 4 (Multiplication tables and inverses)

In the penultimate episode of modular arithmetic, we discuss the relation between inverses, and multiplication tables, and set the scene for part 5!

## Modular Arithmetic: Part 3 (Proving stuff)

Explore the world of proofs while learning about the inner workings of modular arithmetic!

## Srinivasa Ramanujan, taxicabs, and nested radicals

Srinivasa Ramanujan Aiyangar (22 December 1887 – 26 April 1920) is a 20th century mathematician who lived during the British Raj. Today, we are going to talk about 3 numbers related to Ramanujan: 1729, 3, and -1/12. Let us start the blog with 1729. Ramanujan’s professor Godfrey Harold Hardy came to visit him in hospital… Continue reading Srinivasa Ramanujan, taxicabs, and nested radicals

## Modular Arithmetic Part 2 (Properties and equations)

Delve more into the realm of modular arithmetic as we learn about doing operations in it!

## Modular Arithmetic (Part 1)

An elementary level look at one of the most interesting subjects in number theory.