Samples "Mathematics"


M.C. Escher And Geometry

Art and Mathematics have always been inextricably intertwined and artistic works can be said to employ mathematics in their execution. Any keen look at a piece of art will reveal how the intricacies of the work seem to rely on geometrical shapes and other mathematical concepts to achieve their overall...

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Theory of Knowledge in Math and Science

Math is a broad area of knowledge that many scholars have implied to by numerous definitions. Inductively, the core elements of its concept denote that it is a branch of science, and area of thought, primarily concerned with quantity, number, and space. Unlike art, that is usually indefinite, math is...

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The History of Vectors

A vector, as used in mathematics and the physical sciences, is a quantity with two parts, magnitude and direction. Vectors are used in many different contexts, including displacement/ navigation, electrical fields, relativity, audio analysis, and statistics. Today, analysis of vectors is primarily based on geometry, but before the 19th century,...

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Objectives And How To Use Whole Group

The content area chosen is Mathematics with state standards set for the state of New York. The specific grade level selected for this case is Pre-Kindergarten. The main standard chosen is: Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. Instructional Goals for Pre-Kindergarten level: Counting and Cardinality Knowing the...

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M6A2 Problem Write-up: Mathematics in Arts and Sciences

Over the years, people have used mathematics in many ways that could be unimaginable 100 years ago. Scientists, artists, and other professionals have proven that most concepts and ideas from different fields of study are highly dependent on mathematics in one way or the other. As a result, we have...

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Regression Equation Variables

Studies have shown that in spite of the large number of women within the U.S. who have been the victims of domestic violence, up to 25% of all women, that healthcare providers often do not screen for such activities because they feel as though their actions will not necessarily make...

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Dice Roll Probability

Rolling dice can have different results with every roll. The same is true with drawing cards in a card game or from the deck. Furthermore, the same concept may occur when predicting probability of winning a game. Therefore, probability, known as the likelihood of an occurrence, is a tremendous part...

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Anti-Cartesian Elements in Predestination

In the movie Predestination, the notion of identity is explored by the manipulations of memory. The main character(s) exemplifies the philosophical dilemma of defining the “self”. The “self” is usually thought of as being synonymous with one’s mind. The argument that this essay puts forth is that the causal time...

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Descartes and The Evil Demon

Rene Descartes was a metaphysics philosopher. He thought about the ways that we can know what is real and what is not real. In order for him to figure out what is real and not real he thinks that it is first necessary to remove any kind of doubt that...

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Descartes’ Ontological Argument

The essence of existence of a human being is related to the eternal presence of a supernatural being that is more perfect than the human race. Descartes argument, therefore, entails the idea of the existence of God as an immortal being thus explaining the source of life for all creations....

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