## Mathematics in IndiaBased on extensive research in Sanskrit sources, |

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XXIX | 217 |

XXX | 218 |

XXXI | 221 |

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## Mathematics in IndiaBased on extensive research in Sanskrit sources, |

III | 1 |

IV | 4 |

V | 10 |

VI | 13 |

VII | 16 |

VIII | 28 |

IX | 35 |

X | 40 |

XXVIII | 210 |

XXIX | 217 |

XXX | 218 |

XXXI | 221 |

XXXII | 248 |

XXXIII | 251 |

XXXIV | 255 |

XXXV | 256 |

accurate algebra appear approximate arithmetic astronomical authors base beginning Bhaskara calculation called celestial century chapter circle circumference commentary composed computation concepts considered corresponding derived described desired detailed determined discussed divided earlier early earth eclipse equal equator evidently example explain expressed figure formulas fractions geometric given gives half Indian Indian mathematics integer involving Islamic known later least length longitude manuscript mathematical mean medieval methods millennium models moon motion multiplied observations original parameters particular period Persian planets positive possible present problems procedure produced quantities radius reference remaining represent respectively result root rules Sanskrit says seems shadow siddhanta sides similar Sine sometimes sources sphere square standard subtracted tables texts tradition translation treatise triangles true units unknown various Vedic verse writing zero