Mathematics and other subjects shared a inherent relationship. They are interrelated with each other. Without mathematics, subjects like are physics, chemistry, geography, economics etc. are incomplete. It possess a variety of applications in connection with other subjects as follows: 1) In geography, it is used in weather prediction, impact of atmospheric change on aquatic and nonaquatic life. 2) In history, it is used to find out the time period from which various artifacts, scriptures belong. 3) Study of economics is heavily based on it. It helps in calculating various index like inflation, crop production etc. 4) In science, it is used in every application like in motion, gravitation, work, energy, electricity, magnetism etc. Whether its Maths, Math, Matt or Mutt the discipline of 'Mathematics is a highly disciplined one' for highly disciplined people. Those who cannot subject themselves to the discipline, cannot dedicate time, cannot assiduously cultivate her like one madly in love with a girl, fall by the wayside. As 21st century progresses there will be two kinds of people  mathematically abled and Mathematically disabled or disadvantaged. The latter takes orders from the former. It is a misnomer to call Arithmetic as Mathematics. Arithmetic is a part of Mathematics, like porch is a part of a house. Broadly, historically it conprises of two sides  Geometry and Algebraic subjects. A mathematician is like that prince serching for the Oxheaded Minotar in his Cretean maze with the thread in his hand symbolising Mathematics. There is no branch of knowledge that doesn't summon Mathematics to its service. In Physiology vascular (blood) flow requires fluid dynamics principles. How a particular plant species unfurls its leaves is modeled as Fibonacci numbers. Similar architecture and its analyses whether natural or manmade is made by man by using Golden proportion or ratio. It is interesting  a rectangle of this ratio (of length versus breadth)is...
...Maths and othersubjects relation
Mathematics and its importance
Mathematics is a fundamental part of human thought and logic, and integral to attempts at understanding the world and ourselves. Mathematics provides an effective way of building mental discipline and encourages logical reasoning and mental rigor. In addition, mathematical knowledge plays a crucial role in understanding the contents ofother school subjects such as science, social studies, and even music and art.
Firstly, we ask the question: why does mathematics hold such an important and unique place among othersubjects? That is, what is the significance of mathematics in the overall school curriculum? As a point of departure we offer a few thoughts on why mathematics should be treated as an important subject in overall curriculum.
 Mathematics has a transversal nature. If we reflect on the history of curriculum in general, then mathematics (geometry and algebra) were two of the seven liberal arts in Greek as well as in medieval times. This historical role supports the notion that mathematics has provided the mental discipline required for other disciplines.
 Mathematical literacy is a crucial attribute of individuals living more effective lives as...
...Studies. For example, they can draw bar graphs to compare the Population, Per Capita Income, and Population Density of various countries. For other connections between math and social studies 
Math and Sports
Students can compute the percent winloss of games played by their favorite sports teams. They can find data on teams in their school, or they can find data for professional teams online and in the newspapers. You can bring this activity into the computer lab by placing all the data in a spreadsheet. A formula can be used to compute the percent winloss

Math and TechnologyThere are two main approaches to to addressing technology in the math classroom. You can integrate math and technology, making these topics the object of instruction. For example, roundoff error is described below. You can also use technology to facilitate math learning. For example, the use of an iPod, an interactive whiteboard, or other devices, as described on our Math and Technology page.If you divide the numerator of a fraction by its denominator, and the result is a repeating decimal, your calculator will not display the results with 100% accuracy. This is because repeating decimals have aninfinite number of digits and calculators can only compute to a finitenumber of digits. This phenomenon, known as roundoff error, also applies to computers. You can use this topic to integrate math and technology in your...
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A common definition of terrorism is the systematic use or threatened use of violence to intimidate a population or government and thereby effect political, religious, or ideologicalchange.[1][2] Terrorism in India, according to the Home Ministry, poses a significant threat to the state. Terrorism in India are basically two types external and internal, external terrorism emerge from neighboring countries and internal terrorism emulates from religious or communal violence and Naxalite–Maoist insurgency. Terror activities involve either Indian or foreign citizens.
The regions with long term terrorist activities today are Jammu and Kashmir, Mumbai,Central India (Naxalism) and the Seven Sister States (independence and autonomy movements). As of 2006, at least 232 of the country’s 608 districts were...
...often complain about Math and its application in life
• Mathematics is “..the science of numbers and their operations, interrelations, combinations, generalizations, and abstractions and of space configurations and their structure, measurement, transformations, and generalizations.”
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A. Early Math skills directly correlate to scholastic achievement
• Those who learned most math in Kindergarten had highest scores during further education
• UC Irvine Distinguished Professor of education Greg Duncan conducted a study wherein he discovered the value of Mathematics in the academic development of kindergarteners.
B. Mathematics in Everyday Life
• People compute when they make miscellaneous purchases.
• People create budgets, estimate costs etc.
• Math is often used by most highprofile professions, whether through simple or complex means.
• Skills we learn in Math, such as problem solving and objective analysis help us in analyzing real situations in life.
C. Mathematics for Progress
• A study was conducted by Allan Gottfried that discovered that the more The more math courses students take and excel in, the more likely they are to attain at least a bachelor’s degree.
• Experts say that algebra and other higher math classes lead to good jobs and financial comfort in the 21st century.
• Mathematics is integral in multiple fields and is the foundation for progress towards the...
...between the man and the horizon.
h = 460 metres
r = 6370 km
d = ?
d2 = (2r + h) × h (chordtangent theorem)
d2 = 2rh
d =
d =
d = 76.55 km
d signifies the unknown distance. Diametre of the circle is found using the radius multiplied by two (12740km) this is then divided by a thousand so that the final answer will be presented in kilometres. In the case of (2r + h), h is neglected because it is insignificant in comparison to the length of the diameter of the circle. By entering the values we get d = where h is in metres.
In conclusion, using knowledge, skills and problem solving strategies I believe I have successfully identified the uses and applications for the formations of the three intersecting chords theorems as well as recognised how the equations of the theorems are formed and associated with other mathematical techniques (i.e. similar triangles).
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The study entitled “TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE AND ITS RELATION ON THE MATHEMATICSSUBJECT AS PERCEIVED BY SELECTED SECOND YEAR STUDENTS OF DASMARIÑAS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL S.Y. 2010 – 2011” conducted by Aira Shane M. Balmes, Ruth A. Bobadilla and Mika B. Miralles aims to determine whether the perception of the students to the attitude of the teachers has a significant relationship to their academic performance.
The researchers used the Descriptive Research design to describe the characteristics of targeted individuals in an accurate and systematic way. Stratified sampling was also used in the study. This was used because the researchers grouped the respondents according to their sections.
The researchers conducted a survey to identify what are the opinions of the students about their Second Year Mathematics teacher. Questionnaires were used to determine the point of view of students about the attitude of their teachers. To get the desired number of respondents out of the entire population, the researchers used the SLOVEN formula.
Most of the respondents perceived that the following teacher’s attitude which are Enthusiastic, concerned, optimistic, expresses humor, self – confident, well versed on subject matter, challenging, disciplinarian, flexible, explains well, helpful, neat in appearance, punctual, do not play favoritism and strict were done frequently by their second year mathematics...
...History of mathematics
A proof from Euclid's Elements, widely considered the most influential textbook of all time.[1]
The area of study known as the history of mathematics is primarily an investigation into the origin of discoveries in mathematics and, to a lesser extent, an investigation into the mathematical methods and notation of the past.
Before the modern age and the worldwide spread of knowledge, written examples of new mathematical developments have come to light only in a few locales. The most ancient mathematical texts available arePlimpton 322 (Babylonian mathematics c. 1900 BC),[2] the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus (Egyptian mathematics c. 20001800 BC)[3] and the Moscow Mathematical Papyrus (Egyptian mathematics c. 1890 BC). All of these texts concern the socalledPythagorean theorem, which seems to be the most ancient and widespread mathematical development after basic arithmetic and geometry.
The study of mathematics as a subject in its own right begins in the 6th century BC with the Pythagoreans, who coined the term "mathematics" from the ancient Greekμάθημα (mathema), meaning "subject of instruction".[4]Greek mathematics greatly refined the methods (especially through the introduction of deductive reasoning andmathematical rigor in proofs) and expanded the subject matter of...
...situation of a particular atom and in the prediction of the geometry of a covalent compound.
Electron filling pattern: 1s, 2s, 2p, 3s, 3p, 4s, 3d, 4p, 5s, 4d, 5p, 6s, 4f, 5d, 6p, 7s, 5f
Digging the Mole Concept in Chemistry
The mole (abbreviate mol and sometimes called Avogadro's number) is a conversion number that allows a chemist or chemistry student to move from the microscopic world of atoms, ions, and molecules to the macroscopic world of grams, kilograms, and tons. The mole is used in reaction stoichiometry to predict how much product can be made from a certain amount of reactant or how much reactant is required to produce a certain amount of product.
If you know the particles, moles, or grams of a substance, you can calculate the other two measurements by using the following equation:
1 mole = 6.022 × 1023 particles/mol = formula weight expressed in grams
Identifying Isotopes through Representations
In Chem I, you may have to identify isotopes, which are atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons. The following representation allows you to identify a specific isotope of an element. It is used extensively in balancing nuclear reactions.
X = element symbol
Z = atomic number (number of protons)
A = mass number (number of protons + number of neutrons)
Common Measurement Conversions for Chemistry
In order to succeed in your Chem I class, you need to have a firm understanding of basic chemistry measurements and how to...
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