Thursday, April 28, 2011

New, Fresh, and Fun Way to Learn Math and Real Life Math Applications

Here are my posts about mathematics and real life mathematics applications:
More articles to come. Topics will include "From Sets to Numbers to Mathematical Functions" and "What Does That 'Let's assume we have...' Mean in Mathematics?", and more.

In combination with vivid real world examples, I will try to show you how to think mathematically, when to think mathematically, and what are the general rules for you to solve mathematical problems and to define new ones, your own, from scratch. My goal is to show you the methods to use with mathematics and to reveal the motivation behind mathematical directions of development.

You can find elsewhere how to solve equations and work with algebra, how to do the integration, calculate matrices. But, at one point you may ask yourself, where all that mathematics comes from? Why there are algebra and quadratic equations, and so many other equations, at the first place? What would be the way to understand them better? How you can apply concepts in math in real world, the one you see immediately when you close the mathematics textbook and look around?

I will demonstrate you the methods, the way of approach, the directions of thinking that will help answering all these questions.

How math can be a part of physics, economics, engineering, chemistry, finance, commerce, trading, accounting, and yet, mathematics can exists as a separate and independent discipline, from all of the fields it is applied to? What is the point at which mathematics took off as a separate discipline? I am answering these  questions in my blog here.

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