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Table of Contents

- What is Mathematics in simple words?
- What is the main purpose of mathematics?
- What is the shape of Taj Mahal?
- How geometric patterns are used in Indian culture?
- Are Indians good at maths?
- How are math and art related?
- What is symmetric math?
- What is a symmetric pattern?
- What is the meaning of pattern?
- What are the uses of pattern?
- Why is it important to study pattern?
- What is the name for an area covered by a pattern?
- What is a random pattern?

**Mathematics** is the study of numbers, shapes and patterns. The **word** comes from the Greek **word** “μάθημα” (máthema), meaning “science, knowledge, or learning”, and is sometimes shortened to **maths** (in England, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand) or **math** (in the United States and Canada). … Numbers: how things can be counted.

**Mathematics** makes our life orderly and prevents chaos. Certain qualities that are nurtured by **mathematics** are power of reasoning, creativity, abstract or spatial thinking, critical thinking, problem-solving ability and even effective communication skills.

It is a large, white marble structure standing on a square plinth and consists of a symmetrical building with an iwan (an **arch**-shaped doorway) topped by a large **dome** and finial. Like most Mughal tombs, the basic elements are Indo-Islamic in origin.

Regular **geometric patterns** were **used** to adorn marble floorings, balcony railings, as well as window grilles. … Six-point **shapes** such as a hexagon and a six-pointed star were commonly **used** as it is the easiest **geometric pattern** to construct using a compass.

**Indian** students are **great** at textbook **math**, but can hardly solve real-world problems. Not really learning. It’s widely believed that **Indians** are really **good at math**. … The kids included in the analysis were enrolled from class 6 to class 10 across over 70 **Indian** cities.

In fact, many of the core skills in **art** and **math** are closely **related**. Both disciplines require spatial reasoning skills and the ability to recognize patterns. Artists andmathematicians use geometry in their work — including shapes, symmetry, proportion, and measurement. … **Art** can be analytical!

**What is symmetric in math**? In **Mathematics**, the meaning of **symmetry** is that one shape is exactly like the other shape when it is moved, rotated, or flipped.

Symmetrical **patterns** are a design or **pattern** that is identical on both halves when folded. Symmetrical **patterns** can have multiple lines of **symmetry**.

A **pattern** is the repeated or regular way in which something happens or is done. … A **pattern** is an arrangement of lines or shapes, especially a design in which the same shape is repeated at regular intervals over a surface.

A: In the industry, **patterns** are used to cut the fabric pieces and the garment is made. **Patterns** are made so that the same style can be duplicated when needed and multiple pieces can be made. You don’t have to start from scratch each.

**Patterns** provide a sense of order in what might otherwise appear chaotic. Researchers have found that understanding and being able to identify recurring **patterns** allow us to make educated guesses, assumptions, and hypothesis; it helps us develop **important** skills of critical thinking and logic.

The **area covered** by **pattern** is **called** the field. You just studied 11 terms!

The setting of diamonds in a bit crown without regard to a geometric **pattern**–without regular and even spacing. See Also: **random** set. Ref: Long.