Monday, 5 October 2020

Mathematics IV



Mathematics IV is the science of the logical study of all things and how they are interconnected. It is also the science of the pure abstract study of serial mathematical issues and systems. Mathematics is divided into two parts, namely:


1- Pure Mathematics:

It is the study of knowledge for its own sake and it has many branches, including linear algebra, Boolean algebra, Euclidean geometry, extension geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and integration.


2- Applied Mathematics:

It is interested in developing mathematical methods to be used in other sciences and fields, including static, and studies static bodies, dynamics, and studies moving, electrical and other objects.


There are no clear boundaries between pure mathematics and applied mathematics, as the development of mathematics has been linked to the development of civilizations, and there is no civilization unless the science of mathematics has creativity in its progress, and these civilizations have added and developed this science until it reached what it is now.


So it started with the ancient Egyptian civilization and the ancient Egyptians were pioneers in engineering and developed formulas to find the areas and volumes of some simple figures. Then the sport moved to the Babylonian civilization, so they led the development process in algebra and geometry and introduced the sixty-second system, and the Greeks and Romans came and introduced the logical conclusion and proof.


Then came the Islamic civilization, so they translated for all those who preceded them and added the decimal system based on zero, which contributed to solving the equations easily. They also made major contributions to the calculation of trigonometry, and now the European civilization and American civilization carry the banner, so they presented many theories and applications.


There is no human mind now that can contain all the existing mathematics and that is why the idea of ​​modern mathematics was born. What is modern mathematics?


Mathematics IV is a new teaching method that is based on understanding mathematical concepts not on memorizing rules. It was started by the United States of America in the sixties of the last century, and then this method spread in different countries of the world as it begins to study the theory of groups and topics used in science and technology such as vectors, matrices, and probabilities.


The most beautiful math equations

The ability of math equations to represent basic facts or to summarize the complexity of the universe or nature is “really cool”.


Perhaps it is one of the reasons for the great passion that characterizes the personality of a mathematician or physicist. What beauty he senses may not be seen by other common people, until the moment comes to unveil the science behind this beauty.


Only here mathematicians and others alike are drawn to the purely aesthetic form of these expressions whose graceful and sometimes ambiguous symbols merge in a visually appealing way to express some meaning in this universe or an image that appears vague and incomprehensible in nature, even when we cannot understand what the equations say, We can be affected by it just by knowing that it has meanings beyond our awareness.


Take, for example, the most famous scientific theory, the theory of relativity that succeeded in re-describing the universe, nearly 300 years after the concepts of physics of the famous British scientist Isaac Newton dominated it, and even its owner Albert Einstein was able to develop solutions and explanations for many cosmic phenomena that failed physics "Newton" for its solution, to show the world what is in this theory of beauty and creativity beyond imagination.


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