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The science of numbers is a simple definition of mathematics. The disciplines of arithmetic, number theories, formulae, algebra, geometry, calculus, and analysis are under its purview. Counting, measuring, and describing the shapes of objects are all part of mathematics.

The name "mathematics" comes from the Greek word "mathematics," which means "that that is learned: a lesson" and may be immediately translated as "learning tendencies."

Counting and, in effect, mathematics was employed and studied in Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Ebla as early as 3000 BC by Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Ebla. The main fields of mathematics employed in this era were arithmetic, algebra, and geometry, which were used in commerce, taxation, and trade. It was also used to examine natural patterns, astronomy, timekeeping, and calendar creation. In later years, these were upgraded.

Pythagoras' triples were frequently quoted in the early writings on mathematics retrieved from Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia between 2000 BC and 1800 BC and have been regarded as one of the oldest and most complete mathematical advancements following basic arithmetic and geometry.

The study of mathematics grew into a "demonstrative discipline" over the years. The ancient Romans used applied mathematics in surveying, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, bookkeeping, lunar and solar calendars, and even arts and crafts, as pioneered by the Pythagoreans in 6 BC.

Following this was the modern age, which saw the Maya civilization of Mexico and Central America create mathematics, including the adoption of zero as a common sign in Maya numerals. These improvements continued throughout the 12th century when Greek and Arabic books were translated into Latin, resulting in further development in Medieval Europe, which has continued till the current day.

In everyday living, the use of mathematics is rather evident. Consciously or unconsciously, we involve mathematics in daily activities ranging from time tracking, driving, walking, cooking, buying, and jobs involving finance, accounting, banking, engineering, and software. While these activities can be carried out oblivious of the use of mathematics, it plays a vital role in our daily functioning in several ways, which include but is not limited to:

*Providing importance in a constantly evolving world. *

*Helping a child to become smarter*

*Helping an individual's ability to think*

*Explaining the science behind things and how things work*

*Increasing speed of intuition and developing wisdom.*

Although many students neglect the study of mathematics, there is a need to seek ways to improve and encourage the study of mathematics.

Below are a few ways to enhance the study of mathematics and improve learning:

**Focus on understanding rather than memorizing**

In modern education, learning is usually measured by an examination or test. However, this method is inaccurate mainly because it tests an individual's memory rather than actual learning.

This flaw in the educational system is greatly exploited by students who only memorize formulas and solutions for examination purposes while having little or no real knowledge of the solution. This makes the students develop apathy for math problems whenever they show up again in the future because they haven't understood the solution to the problem.

A remedy would be to encourage the student to focus on understanding mathematical processes and instill accurate knowledge of mathematical solutions to students. While this may not be a wholesome solution, it is a great step in the right direction - a wholesome step will be to provide a better and more accurate educational system of measuring learning.

**Apply math to real life**

A popular saying goes, "Practice makes perfect." This is also applicable to math problems, fortunately. Outside of the classroom, math can be applied to everyday living, which will help the student understand and learn the concepts behind solving math problems.

**Regular practice**

Like the old saying about practice, when you consistently study and solve math problems, it is highly unlikely to forget how to solve those problems when they show up in the future.

Other methods that prove effective in aiding the knowledge of mathematics include:

*Change word problems up*

*Solve extra problems *

*Go over new concepts and practice problem*s.

You can quickly find a tutor online on sites like Superprof that offer you the ability to learn math on your own schedule and at your convenience. You can research the tutor you feel is a good fit by looking at his profile and reading other students' evaluations. Superprof teachers are professional enough to work with you, whether it's online teaching through webcam or face-to-face tuition from the comfort of your own home.

More than 95 percent of tutors on Superprof provide their first hour of lessons for free. The free lesson would allow you to evaluate a teacher's teaching technique to see if it is appropriate for you. If you're an adult with a busy schedule, you can also work with a tutor to make studying more convenient.

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Excellent understanding of subjects, very patient and explains concepts in a variety of helpful ways. I have learned more within an hour of Yang's teaching than I have in over 12 hours of reading content from my course.

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