Balbharati Class 8 English Solutions Chapter 4.4 Ramanujan

Balbharati Class 8 English Solutions Chapter 4.4 Ramanujan

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Chapter 4.4 : Ramanujan Exercise question Solutions

Question no – (1) 

Answer :  

(1)(A) (i)enthusiasm = I have expressed few enthusiasm about my teachers.

(ii) lope off = I need to lope off my hair.

(iii) fraud = He is a fraud for sure.

(iv) clarity = His handwriting is the best example of clarity.

(v) amiable = Rikta is a amiable fellow of Rivu.

(vi) come to terms with = I don’t think they will come to terms with each other.

(vii) conveyance = He was building vessels for the conveyance of live cod.

(1) – (B) 

Answer :  

Visit :

(i) I will make a visit to you tomorrow. – noun

(ii) He went out to visit with his fellows. – verb

Honour :

(i) It is my honour to help you. –noun

(ii) Shina always honors her parents. – verb

Report :

(i) Make a good report about his progress. – noun

(ii) You must report me about all these. – verb

Watch :

(i) He continually checks his watch at the tree. – noun

(ii) Everyone is watching towards the hill. – verb

From :

(i) The girl showed a new form of dance. —noun

(ii) She forms an ultimate solution to the problem. – verb

Surprise :

(i) I am going to give him a surprise on his birthday. – noun

(ii) She surprises her sister by her presence. – verb

Question no – (2) 

(a) Ramanujan’s letter bored and irritated Hardy, at first

Answer :  

Ramanujan’s letter was written in halting non – English and was untidy. The script, written on it, was about some theorems with symbols, some of them were original. There were no proofs with the letter. That is why this letter bored and irritated Hardy, at first.

(b) Hardy invited Littlewood for a discussion.

Answer :  

After reading the manuscript, written by Ramanujan, Hardy couldn’t get over of this, even during his busy daily schedule. He was very amazed to thought about the genius mathematician fraud, who had formed such amazing theorems. That is why Hardy invited little-wood for a discussion over it.

(c) Mother agreed to send Ramanujan to England.

Answer :  

Ramanujan’s mother had a great respect and firm believe for the goddess of Namakkal. Once she had a dream about her son, seated amidst a group of Europeans in a big hall. And most surprisingly the goddess of Namakkal ordered her not to be an obstacle in the way of her son’s bright future and his dreams. So, his mother agreed to send him to England.

(d) Hardy and Ramanujan could not talk freely with each other

Answer :  

Ramanujan was self-taught and was unaware of many facts of modern mathematics. So, in many ways Hardy’s talking’s and teachings seemed little difficult to him. This is why Hardy and Ramanujan could not talk freely with each other.

(e) Ramanujan had to be hospitalized.

Answer :  

As Ramanujan soon become so ill and was going through tuberculosis. So he had to be hospitalized in Putney.

(f) Ramanujan found the number 1729 very interesting

Answer :  

The number 1729 seemed very interesting to Ramanujan because it is the smallest expressible number as the sum of two cubes in two several ways.

Question no – (4) 

Answer : 

(A) – (a) England gave Ramanujan great honours.

= Active voice

(b) A large untidy envelope was decorated with Indian stamps.

= Passive voice

(c) The timetable was not altered.

= Passive voice

(d) She saw her son in a big hall.

= Active voice

(e) Hardy corrected his statement.

= Active voice

(f) Ramanujan was brought to England.

= Passive voice

(B) – (a) Hardy taught Ramanujan.

= Ramanujan was taught by Hardy.

(b) He knew nothing of the modern rigour.

= He was known nothing of the modern rigour.

(c) Sheets of paper were found in it , by Hardy.

= Hardy found the sheets of paper in it.

(d) Hardy was bored by that manuscript.

= The manuscript bored Hardy.

(e) Trinity supported unorthodox talent.

= The unorthodox talent was supported by Trinity.

(f) He could not break the ban.

= The ban could not be broken by him.

(C) – (a) When he opened it, he found sheets of paper.

= Complex sentence.

(b) He glanced at a letter.

= Simple sentence.

(c) Hardy was not only bored but he was also irritated.

= Compound sentence.

(d) Ramanujan turned out to be a poor clerk.

= Simple sentence.

(e) If Ramanujan had been better educated, he would have been even more wonderful than he was.

= Complex sentence.

(f) Ramanujan was self-taught : he knew nothing of the modern rigour.

= Simple sentence.


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👉 A Time to Believe

Updated: July 4, 2023 — 10:06 am

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