http://dbpedia.org:8890/sparql?query=define%20sql%3Adescribe-mode%20%22CBD%22%20%20DESCRIBE%20%3Chttp%3A%2F%2Fdbpedia.org%2Fresource%2FMadhava%27s_sine_table%3E&output=application%2Fatom%2Bxml2019-11-18T05:30:59.983107ZOData Service and Descriptor DocumentnodeID://b269641742019-11-18T05:30:59.983107Z1.600001573562622http://dbpedia.org/resource/Madhava's_sine_table2019-11-18T05:30:59.983107ZMadhava's sine table is the table of trigonometric sines of various angles constructed by the 14th century Kerala mathematician-astronomer Madhava of Sangamagrama. The table lists the trigonometric sines of the twenty-four angles 3.75°, 7.50°, 11.25°, ..., and 90.00° (angles that are integral multiples of 3.75°, i.e. 1/24 of a right angle, beginning with 3.75 and ending with 90.00). The table is encoded in the letters of Devanagari using the Katapayadi system. This gives the entries in the table an appearance of the verses of a poem in Sanskrit.Madhava's sine tableMadhava's sine table is the table of trigonometric sines of various angles constructed by the 14th century Kerala mathematician-astronomer Madhava of Sangamagrama. The table lists the trigonometric sines of the twenty-four angles 3.75°, 7.50°, 11.25°, ..., and 90.00° (angles that are integral multiples of 3.75°, i.e. 1/24 of a right angle, beginning with 3.75 and ending with 90.00). The table is encoded in the letters of Devanagari using the Katapayadi system. This gives the entries in the table an appearance of the verses of a poem in Sanskrit. Madhava's original work containing the sine table has not yet been traced. The table is seen reproduced in the Aryabhatiyabhashya of Nilakantha Somayaji (1444–1544) and also in the Yuktidipika/Laghuvivrti commentary of Tantrasamgraha by Sankara Variar (circa. 1500-1560).25425963735483668