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Ramchundra (Ramachandra Lal) (1821-1880) was British India''s first
major mathematician. His book, Treatise on Problems of Maxima and
Minima, was promoted by the prominent mathematician Augustus De
Morgan. De Morgan, in his Introduction to Ramchundra''s book says
that he was born in 1821 in Panipat to Sunder Lal, a Kayasth of
Delhi. De Morgan came to know of Ramchundra when, in 1850, he was
sent by a friend a work on maxima and minima by the 29-year old
self-taught mathematician. Ramchundra had published his book at his
own expense in Calcutta in that year. De Morgan arranged for the
book to be republished in London under his own supervision.
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