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Geometry, algebra, and trigonometry all play a crucial role in **architectural** design. **Architects** apply these **math** forms to plan their blueprints or initial sketch designs. They also calculate the probability of issues the construction team could run into as they bring the design vision to life in three dimensions.

Probably the closest connection between **music** and **math** is that they both use patterns. **Music** has repeating choruses and sections of songs and in **math** patterns are used to explain and predict the unknown. … Research has even shown that certain pieces of **music** end up being more popular **due** to their **mathematical** structure.

**Mathematics** has directly influenced **art** with conceptual tools such as linear perspective, the analysis of symmetry, and **mathematical** objects such as polyhedra and the Möbius strip. Magnus Wenninger creates colourful stellated polyhedra, originally as models for teaching.

**Da Vinci** used **the mathematical** principles of linear perspective – parallel lines, **the** horizon line, and a vanishing point – to create **the** illusion of depth on a flat surface. In **The** Annunciation, for example, he **uses** perspective to emphasise **the** corner of a building, a walled garden and a path.

The **art** world has felt the influence of the **Golden Ratio** for centuries. Also known as the **Golden** Section or the Divine Proportion, this mathematical principle is an expression of the **ratio** of two sums whereby their **ratio** is equal to the larger of the two quantities.

There is no doubt that the **Mona Lisa** is a very good painting. … Leonardo painted a complex figure that is very much like a complicated human. Many scholars, however, point out that the excellent quality of the **Mona Lisa** was not enough by itself to make the painting a celebrity. There are, after all, many good paintings.

The ‘**Mona Lisa**‘ Is Back on View, but With New Rules for **Viewing**. Since March 13, like many other museums all around the world, the Louvre museum in Paris has been closed to the **public** due to the coronavirus pandemic.