Although this is a personal opinion on what I have learned from my school and university years, but maybe some of the readers can relate to some of the points for themselves as well, and hopefully younger people will avoid these mistakes.
Fractions are equivalent to each other when they have the same value. So for example, 1/2 is equivalent to 5/10, since both equate to 1/2. What can we learn from this?
Our entire lives revolve around the day and the night and there are many lessons that have been put in the differing of the day and the night. Here are some of my own reflections on how the altering of the night and day present their signs to us.
Let us take a look at what the concept of rounding numbers teaches us in our real life. Rounding means estimating a number by trying to remove its decimal places and assuming that the number equals to a certain whole number. And rounding can be done to several places. To explain what I just expressed, let us round the number 2356.4
To understand the morals on this topic, we should be clear that positive represents good ideas such as charity etc. and negative represents evil ideas such as hatred, jealousy, crime etc.
In the upcoming series of articles related to mathematical philosophy, what I wish and hope to share with the world are some unusual extracts from the world of mathematics. But I am not concerned with numbers at all. Instead, as wierd as it may sound, I would like to infer some morality and philosophy hidden in mathematics. So, to get our feet wet, I will not get to the mathematics directly. Rather, in this article, I would discuss the bigger picture of mathematics: problem solving. And leave the actual concepts of mathematics for later.