Ray solved two particle dynamics theories while attending school in Germany. Ray’s solutions can now assist scientists in calculating the flight path of a thrown ball and predict how the ball will bounce off a wall, according to the International Business Times.
Ray began trying to solve the problem when, during a school field trip to Dresden University, professors told Ray that the problem could not be solved.
“I just asked myself, ‘Why not?’” Ray told Germany’s Welt Online newspaper. “I didn’t believe there couldn’t be a solution.”
According to the paper, Ray has been a devoted fan of math from a very early age and was inspired by his father, Subhashis Ray, who is a research assistant at the Technical University of Freiburg. Ray’s father began teaching him calculus when he was only six years old.
There is no doubt that Ray is a math genius, but he still does not know where his future will take him. Ray is debating between studying math or physics in college.
(Where are our Boys ? Watching 20 – 20 and screaming the Hell out !)