INTRODUCTION
As the greatest Mathematician “GAUSS” has said –“MATHS IS THE QUEEN OF SCIENCE”, maths is truly the guiding force of human soul. Maths is the purest form of study of nature which comprise of a deep and rational comparison of quantities, structures, spaces, nature of change of different inter-relations and much more. Mathematicians seek out various patterns and formulate new conjectures. Mathematicians counter examines the facts by repeated and repeated logical transformations these experiments may take years and years of thorough research and dedication. USE OF MATHS IN EVERY DAY LIFE

“I love those who love geometry”-said Plato, the famous Greek philosopher and thinker.Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry are three major components of maths. Algebra is study of symbols, Arithmetic deals with numbers and geometry plays with figures. The structure of any railway bridge is supported with triangular shaped support system(geometry),saving is vital for ones peaceful oldage (arithmetic),the combinations of different dresses one should wear so that no continues days has same pattern(algebra),all these are nothing but some simple yet important usage of maths in ones daily life. Where to go for shopping, choosing a shampoo or planning a holiday, all these things of our daily routine has something in common-its maths. Numerical and logical thinking plays a vital part in each of these every day activities. A good understanding of maths is essential for making sense of all the numbers and problems life throws at us. Many restaurants closes down within one year of their opening because of poor mathematical planning. It’s almost impossible to get through a day without using maths in one way or another. SCENARIO OF WORLD IF MATHS IS REMOVED

Maths is eyes,ears,heart,lungs and above all the basic developing tonic of any human civilization. Maths develops Maths reforms and Maths benefits. If maths is removed then there will be no rational thinking. The logic will lose its...

...The Basic Notions of Sets and Functions
Notes for Math 261
Steve Bleiler and Bin Jiang
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Portland State University
c September 2008
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Introduction
Over the last few decades the basic theory of sets has become deeply embedded in modern
mathematics; so deeply that many authors and instructors forget that many years of diﬃcult
mathematical reasoning went into set theory’s development and take for granted that students have a...

...Description/Objective
Geometry provides students with an introduction to formal mathematical reasoning, logic, and proof. Through geometry, you will be introduced to the tools needed to study space and spatial relationships. The study of Geometry includes math vocabulary, organization of proofs, points, lines, planes and angles, parallel lines and planes, transformations and congruence, congruent triangles, similar polygons, right triangles, circles, areas of plane and solid...

...Developing a Theory of
Randomness
Randomness and Religion Today in Burkina Faso
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The Nature of Chance
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Cardano’s Mistake
Cardano on Luck and Math
Galileo Galilei
Pierre de Fermat and Blaise Pascal
The Division of Stakes, an Alternative Interpretation
Christian Huygens
Jacob Bernoulli
Abraham de Moivre
De Moivre on Math and Luck
The Bell Curve
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Surprising Insights into Probability
and Its...

...Desiree Lewis
Pre-Calculus
MWF 12:00
Leonhard Euler
Leonhard Euler was born on April 15, 1707, in Basel, Switzerland to Paul Eulerand Marguerite Brucker. His father Paul was a pastor of the Reformed Church, and his mother was a pastor’s daughter. He had two younger sisters named Anna Maria and Maria Magdalena. After Leonhard was bored, his family moved to another city town called Riehen. He spent most of his childhood there. Euler's early formal education started in Basel, where he was...

...This article is about the study of topics, such as quantity and structure. For other uses, see Mathematics (disambiguation).
"Math" redirects here. For other uses, see Math (disambiguation).
Euclid (holding calipers), Greek mathematician, 3rd century BC, as imagined by Raphael in this detail from The School of Athens.[1]
Mathematics is the study of topics such as quantity (numbers),[2] structure,[3] space,[2] and change.[4][5][6] There is a range of views...

...Maths" and "Math" redirect here. For other uses see Mathematics (disambiguation) and Math (disambiguation).
Euclid, Greek mathematician, 3rd century BC, as imagined by Raphael in this detail from The School of Athens.[1]Mathematics is the abstract study of quantity (numbers),[2] structure,[3] space,[2] change,[4][5] and any topic which has quantities and therefore can be studied quantitatively.[6] It has no generally accepted definition.[7][8]...

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1. Biography
Origins
Possible life time
What we know
2. Arithmetic
History
Mathematical notations
Mathematical theory
3. Influence
Mathematical theory
4. Works
Arithmetica
i. Books of Arithmetica
On polygonal numbers and geometric element
5. Algebra
Supposed father of algebra.
Number theory
Proof?
History of the statement
Equations
i.6 The Renaissance of Diophantus
a. First
b. Second
c. Third
i.7 How we view Diophantus now
i.7.a. Arguments from the past
i.7.b....

...example of a translator and mathematician who benefited from this type of support was al-Khawarizmi. A notable feature of many scholars working under Muslim rule in medieval times is that they were often polymaths. Examples include the work onOptics, Math and Astronomy of Ibn al-Haytham.
The Renaissance brought an increased emphasis on mathematics and science to Europe. Many well known mathematicians from this area had other occupations:Luca Pacioli was a monk; Niccolò Fontana...

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