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The Role of Mathematics and Physics in Human Life -1

When we talk about Walking it involves numerous principles of physics. It does involve laws of inertia, friction, gravitational law, and Kinetic and Potential energy

January 16, 2022 | Aijaz Ahmad Dar/ Aaqib Rashid

Role of Mathematics

Whether we accept it or not, the subject Mathematics affects all aspects of life. Be it a farmer or an expert in information technology, every person has an inseparable relationship with mathematics and the required skills are indispensable for any balanced society. Needless to say, even if a student forgets the points of mathematics taught in school and college, he still has clear and logical thinking which is in fact the result of the reasoning used in mathematics. Not only does it help us in our daily lives but it also plays an important role in our quality of life.
Much has been written about the plight of mathematics, and the term "mathematical phobia" is being used. The same mathematical phobia school is considered to be one of the reasons for such a serious problem as "drop out". It is a common feeling that children in school are afraid of mathematics and even with many people this process continues throughout the ages.
It is said that the evolutionary journey of the human mind in mathematics is the basis of human development. Mathematics is a Greek word meaning knowledge or study. According to Greek thinkers, everything was within the realm of calculation. The feature of mathematics is that it facilitates the expression of experiments which makes its effect pervasive in various spheres of life from biology to economics. It is also a fact that computer language consists of only zero and one. Revolutionary changes in the world of mathematics actually began with the discovery of zero.
The numbers were identified by the Egyptians. Interestingly, the various symbols used in today's mathematics did not appear until the sixteenth century. Earlier, calculations were solved by writing. Algebra, geometry, arithmetic are also different branches of Mathematics. In this world of mathematics, there are pure mathematics and applied mathematics and both have their own importance. Applied arithmetic subjects include taxation, earth measurement, statistics, astronomy, constellation measurement, astronomy, and commerce. The distribution of heads in music is also considered an arithmetic process.
The use of arithmetic in relation to the solution of space distances and time is also of definite importance. It is also said that where there are complications in scientific matters, the knots of calculation come and solve the knots of those complexities. In the same way, it is true that mathematical logic requires thinking and vision to reach and see the distance within physics. Until 1930, it was thought that arithmetic was based entirely on logic, but the eminent mathematician "Karl Popper" told humans that it was not right to limit arithmetic to logic alone because physics, astronomy, biology and theoretical sciences are also calculations and they are all incomplete without calculations.
We will now take a look at the originality and mystery of mathematics. Many real mathematicians will seem to admit that they chose this subject because of its beauty and, moreover, that they are in fact in search of mathematical truth, that is, in search of something. People who look at mathematics in the realm of creative art and who have enjoyed its discoveries and fought for its reality are in fact passionate about learning it and reading it for the sake of reading, not just because of how or where to use it. Mathematicians insist that neither the teachers nor the students are aware of the nature of the subject described above, which inevitably leads us to distort the curriculum and teaching.
As far as the curriculum is concerned, we should be well aware of our goals in mathematics education. Be able to explain it and get them the queen to sort out any false argument. The teacher should be happy while teaching mathematics so that the students are effective. Going beyond that, he should help the students to get out of the psychology of fear and enable the students to learn on their own.

 


The authors are Research Scholars In department of Mathematics and Physics at NIT Srinagar
Email:------Daraijaz159@gmail.com/ aaqibmaths@gmail.com

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The Role of Mathematics and Physics in Human Life -1

When we talk about Walking it involves numerous principles of physics. It does involve laws of inertia, friction, gravitational law, and Kinetic and Potential energy

January 16, 2022 | Aijaz Ahmad Dar/ Aaqib Rashid

Role of Mathematics

Whether we accept it or not, the subject Mathematics affects all aspects of life. Be it a farmer or an expert in information technology, every person has an inseparable relationship with mathematics and the required skills are indispensable for any balanced society. Needless to say, even if a student forgets the points of mathematics taught in school and college, he still has clear and logical thinking which is in fact the result of the reasoning used in mathematics. Not only does it help us in our daily lives but it also plays an important role in our quality of life.
Much has been written about the plight of mathematics, and the term "mathematical phobia" is being used. The same mathematical phobia school is considered to be one of the reasons for such a serious problem as "drop out". It is a common feeling that children in school are afraid of mathematics and even with many people this process continues throughout the ages.
It is said that the evolutionary journey of the human mind in mathematics is the basis of human development. Mathematics is a Greek word meaning knowledge or study. According to Greek thinkers, everything was within the realm of calculation. The feature of mathematics is that it facilitates the expression of experiments which makes its effect pervasive in various spheres of life from biology to economics. It is also a fact that computer language consists of only zero and one. Revolutionary changes in the world of mathematics actually began with the discovery of zero.
The numbers were identified by the Egyptians. Interestingly, the various symbols used in today's mathematics did not appear until the sixteenth century. Earlier, calculations were solved by writing. Algebra, geometry, arithmetic are also different branches of Mathematics. In this world of mathematics, there are pure mathematics and applied mathematics and both have their own importance. Applied arithmetic subjects include taxation, earth measurement, statistics, astronomy, constellation measurement, astronomy, and commerce. The distribution of heads in music is also considered an arithmetic process.
The use of arithmetic in relation to the solution of space distances and time is also of definite importance. It is also said that where there are complications in scientific matters, the knots of calculation come and solve the knots of those complexities. In the same way, it is true that mathematical logic requires thinking and vision to reach and see the distance within physics. Until 1930, it was thought that arithmetic was based entirely on logic, but the eminent mathematician "Karl Popper" told humans that it was not right to limit arithmetic to logic alone because physics, astronomy, biology and theoretical sciences are also calculations and they are all incomplete without calculations.
We will now take a look at the originality and mystery of mathematics. Many real mathematicians will seem to admit that they chose this subject because of its beauty and, moreover, that they are in fact in search of mathematical truth, that is, in search of something. People who look at mathematics in the realm of creative art and who have enjoyed its discoveries and fought for its reality are in fact passionate about learning it and reading it for the sake of reading, not just because of how or where to use it. Mathematicians insist that neither the teachers nor the students are aware of the nature of the subject described above, which inevitably leads us to distort the curriculum and teaching.
As far as the curriculum is concerned, we should be well aware of our goals in mathematics education. Be able to explain it and get them the queen to sort out any false argument. The teacher should be happy while teaching mathematics so that the students are effective. Going beyond that, he should help the students to get out of the psychology of fear and enable the students to learn on their own.

 


The authors are Research Scholars In department of Mathematics and Physics at NIT Srinagar
Email:------Daraijaz159@gmail.com/ aaqibmaths@gmail.com


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