In ancient times, when the sense of consciousness and curiosity in man started to take root and he started to carefully evaluate the natural changes and conditions happening around him, then the nature of this world was very different from the present era. At that time, man realized that some events in the universe are regular and some are irregular.

For example, the coming and going of day and night, changing of seasons, different shapes of the moon and the movements of other celestial bodies including stars, etc. are going in an orderly manner, while some situations and events that occur suddenly are apparently irregular and accidental. Mathematics itself is such a comprehensive and unique subject, which has taken the entire science and all other sciences within its reach.

If considered, it will be known that mathematics does not have its own status as a subject, but it provides concrete evidence for the theories of other subjects, that is why mathematics is generally divided into two major parts, the first is pure mathematics and the second is It is called applied mathematics. In view of the length of the article, it is not possible to describe them, because mathematics is such a subject, with the help of which theories related to physics, chemistry, astronomy and other branches of science are recognized as correct or rejected if they are proved wrong. So, we can say that when the human brain thinks a theory, an idea, a thing, it can be proved right or wrong on mathematics. Lord Kelvin once said, “If you can’t measure something, you can’t know anything about it.”

Mathematics was born from the beginning of human evolution. At least man could perceive the difference between the number of things and their quantity, and when he invented “words” for his ideas, he was actually in the background of these ideas. was forming the principles of mathematics itself, just as the ancient man attributed some story to the stars and planets, in the same way in mathematics, the ancient Greeks believed that even numbers were feminine, which were divided and scattered when that odd numbers are masculine which are never divided and have heavenly qualities.

Since the beginning, man has had a great natural relationship with mathematics. That is why he explained all the phenomena of nature mathematically, for example, cold and heat are not opposite feelings, but cold means low temperature and heat means high temperature are both temperatures. Explain the difference between That is, cold and heat have no status of their own, but only a measurement and then the same measurement was expressed in numbers and given the name of thermometer.

Consider the details of time, a component of space and time, then you will know that time does not exist anywhere, but still the cycles of day and night give the feeling of “time”. At what time it is said that this earth is rotating around the sun and other stars and planets and other celestial bodies are also rotating. Whose continuous and determined movement creates time and is traveling on an endless path. Assuming this theory to be correct, assume for a while that all astronomical objects in this universe, including our earth, come to a completely stationary state, then what will be the significance of “time” at that time? What will be the location?

Time will become zero i.e. 0=T Einstein has defined this point through “Time Dilation” in his theory of relativity that the faster the speed of a body, the faster the time for it. At the time of Ga even becomes zero and at that time the matter will be completely converted into energy. That is, E=mc 2, but in any case, man failed to capture the day and night in the shade of bamboo, the sand in the pot and the clocks. That is because the theory that man had become familiar with.

Einstein multiplied the same ancient theory of time of man and proved his theory completely mathematically correct, just as man started measuring time and handed it over to numbers, he also expressed distances with numbers. But have we ever thought about why we measure time and distance with numbers? Is there any other method?

If we consider it deeply, we will be convinced of the validity of mathematics that in fact we can call mathematics in its current form “inspired”. John Napier also started using logarithms as a base of ten. Logarithm is used to measure great distances in the universe, but Napier invented logarithm for the same reason that he himself was deeply interested in astronomy. Mathematics is the oldest and most modern science in the world. The ancient man first laid the foundations of mathematics through numbers. He attributed great logical and philosophical treatises on numbers. That is why this world of numbers is very interesting and fascinating.

Each digit has its own unique qualities. For example, zero is a digit that was discovered at the end of all digits but became the most important and necessary number in mathematics. It costs nothing, but when combined with other numbers, it adds up to huge sums of money. The first digit in mathematics is one (1) and helps to understand other numbers or numbers. The number four (4) is the first perfect square i.e. 2 (2). Three is an odd number. Even this sequence reaches nine (9), which is the largest digit. In mathematics, there is also the concept of prime numbers.

For example, negative one (1-), negative two (2-), negative three (3-) etc. Their status is similar to their equivalent positive numbers, like matter and antimatter in physics. If combined, they will annihilate each other and as a result, nothing will be left. Similarly, if 1+ is mixed with 1-, the result will be “0” i.e. nothing.

To understand the properties of numbers, there is a separate branch in mathematics which is called Number Theory. Apart from this, Algebra, Matrix, Analytic Geometry, Vectors, etc. and Topology is all of mathematics. is the most modern branch, in which the form, structure and properties of all types of “space” are studied. The famous philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras said that “the interpretation of the universe is possible only through numbers, because the language of the phenomena of nature and nature is only mathematics.”

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