The subject mathematics makes a man methodical or systematic. Mathematics makes our life orderly and prevents chaos. – Chandra Biswas
Would you agree that in our world mathematics is the most important subject because without quantification our universe can’t make sense to us or exist? Maths makes Physics, Physics makes Chemistry, Chemistry Makes Biology. And the other subjects are byproducts of Science and Mathematics
10 Reasons Why Math Is Important In Life
- Learning math is good for your brain.
- Math helps you tell time.
- Math helps you with your finances.
- Math makes you a better cook (or baker).
- Math helps us have better problem-solving skills.
- Math is used in practically every career in some way.
- Math is all around us and helps us understand the world better.
- Bees, masters of geometry, use hexagons to build their honeycombs. The Fibonacci sequence, a famous sequence of numbers in mathematics, is found throughout nature: in pinecones, seashells, trees, flowers, and leaves. The number pi can also be observed all around us. Pi is a cool number with many unique properties.
- Math can make you more popular. Before you start to disagree with me, think about how great it is to go to dinner with a friend who can quickly divide a check in their mind to determine how much each person needs to pay to split the bill. Your knowledge of fractions can also help you divide a pizza among a few people. While math is popularly the realm of nerds, your ability to avoid awkward confusion and silence as you and your friends try to divide a pizza or a dinner bill is a truly valuable skill. Be known as the cool (yes, I said cool) person that knows how to do mental math quickly!
- Math can help you shop a good sale. Not only will your quick mental arithmetic skills help you become known as the smart person who everyone appreciates when the waiter brings the check to your table, your math skills can also help you shop. Knowledge of percentages and how to calculate them quickly can help you save time when shopping at a sale at the mall – for example, to quickly calculate a discounted price, or to determine whether you’ve been correctly charged when paying for a shirt at the store. You don’t need a PhD. in math to develop some quick mental arithmetic skills; they can help you in these and other areas of your life in the long run.
It can be empowering to learn about mathematical principles because it can help make sense of a world that, often, does not make much sense.