LOG#178. Divergent sums: The Number awakens!

Are you divergent? Divergences are usually sums or results you would consider “infinite” or “ill-defined” (unexistent) in normal terms. But don’t be afraid. You can learn to “regularize” a divergent series or sum. Really? Oh, yes!Beyond faction of a well-known … Continue reading

LOG#165. Rogers-Ramanujan identities.

There are some cool identities, very well known to mathematicians and some theoretical physicists or chemists, related with Ramanujan. They are commonly referred as Rogers-Ramanujan identities (Rogers, 1894; Ramanujan 1913,1917 and Rogers and Ramanujan, 1919). They are related to some … Continue reading

LOG#158. Ramanujan’s equation.

Hi, everyone! I am back, again! And I have some new toys in order to post faster (new powerful plugin). Topic today: Ramanujan! Why Ramanujan liked the next equation? (1)   This equation can be rewritten as follows (2)   … Continue reading