"In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them." -- Johann von Neumann

Math is an integral part in a human being’s day to day life. We often look upon math in disdain however, we use math at every moment of our life and it plays a vital role in our life. The procedure of applying mathematics starts as early as you are born because the first thing known about your life is your time and date of birth, so your life starts with maths as the time and date is all but the numerals of maths. In the morning when we wake up, we need alarms to get up which includes numerals, date and time. We need to see time in form of numbers, while the dates consist of counting of numbers as it changes everydayl. Math is almost in everything, for instance, at school children are given timetables which are in symbols of math. The number of books child needs to carry ,the periods are divided in durations of time which is again math. At home, the child has clothes, socks, shoes, and various other items used by him in his daily routine for which child keep a track by counting. Children have colors, pencils, erasers which are counted and part of our daily life. Many parents in today’s world have more than one child and they need to balance the items given to the children and this way the children learn to divide things equally which is again a concept of mathematics. While grocery shopping, vegetables and fruits are measured in weights which is again numeric form, then we require math as we use the concepts of subtraction and addition in giving the money to the shopkeeper and vise-verse. While cooking, the mothers prepare food for the children so they need to measure the ingredients in terms of teaspoon, tablespoon, ounces, grams, kilograms, etc. If you are preparing meals for many people, you will need to convert all the measurements accordingly. While climbing the stairs we count the number of stairs