# Wonders of Math

#### July 28th, 2017 | Maimoona Rajpoot. | No Comments

Mathematics is the most important subject that everyone can learn. Unfortunately it is a subject that is not completely understood by majority of peoples. If you have an interest in mathematic then you will reach the sky. Your daily activities are examples of maths .If you understand the concepts and implementations of maths then it is very useful.

No one can deny the wonders of mathematic without it our lives would be unsystematic and illogical. Symmetry is the mathematical term that can see everywhere. Human beings are perfect example like if we our hands these are perfectly designed and beautiful in looks.

The paths of anything throwing have the same shape, called the parabola upside down. When we observe how things move in orbits in space, we discover another recurring form that is the ellipse. Moreover, these two shapes are associated the tip of the ellipse is much extended in the shape of almost like the parabola. So, in fact, all of these tracks are simply parts of the ellipse.

**Leonardo da Vinci’s** drawing on a human body emphasized its proportion. The ratio of following distance it the Golden Ratio. Basically the Golden Ratio is based on Fibonacci Numbers where every number is a sequence after the scond is the sum of two previous numbers.

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21…

There is a kind of web spider called a web orb. The Orbit Spiders create pages that are almost completely symmetric and also almost entirely circular. Spiders seem to have a natural ability to judge the geometric distance with stunning precision. We do not know how they do it, but they do that. We also do not even know why they do this. Maybe they do it for the purpose of force. Or maybe they are silent spiders who do not know what they are doing. Whatever it is, it’s the highest degree of math in nature.

The link between mathematics and architecture dates back to ancient times, when it was almost impossible to differentiate from two disciplines. Pyramids and temples were the oldest examples of mathematical principles in. Today, mathematics still occupies an important place in the design of buildings. We’re not talking about just measurements although elements like this are an integral part of architecture. Thanks to modern technology, architects can explore a variety of exciting design options based on complex mathematical languages, allowing them to build leading forms. Take a look at several past break structures that have been modeling after math. Even if your idea about math writes events, messages upside down in a calculator and we will find something that is unbelievable here.

Much of the function of a protein determined by its shape and how the pieces move. Mad cow disease is caused by the introduction of a “shape into the brain (a shape carried by a protein)”. Many drugs are designed to change the shape or motion of a protein something that we are working to model, even approximately in computers using geometry and other relates areas.

Mathematics is applied to clear the blurred image. This is done by using differential and integral calculus. Sirinivasa Ramanjan(187-1992) said

**“An equation nothing to me unless it expresses a thought of God”**

Maths is unavoidable. It is deeply fundamental thing. Without maths there would be no concepts of science, Music, Art etc. Maths is a part of all those things.

You can cut all types of fruits and vegetables into fraction. Cut a tomato in half an apple into quarters although you would have to be very accurate

This car is built with engineering. The wheels and lights are the circles, the doors are rectangular leaflets, the main area of the person to push and sit in. Half the sphere with the chopped sides making it 1/4 of the sphere. If you look at the person closely other person sees a lot of shapes in the car.

MATHEMATICS is a great motivator for all humans. Because its career starts with “ZERO” but it never ends (INFINITY).

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Published in: Volume 08 Issue 31

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