Unit-1 Why Learn Mathematics

This unit discusses what mathematics is, its characteristics, processes involved in developing its ideas and hierarchy of its ideas.

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In what way does the unambiguity of mathematical statements make mathematics powerful?

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Written on Apr 17, 2019 6:32:02 PM

Mathematics, because, of its unambiguous nature, is very easy to understand as there is no meaning in a mathematical statement other than what is said. It is very clear and precise.

Most of the statements in mathematics deal with exact quantity. There is nothing like a few hours later, or at some distance. The quantities or values are exact.