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Islamic mathematics, in turn, developed and expanded upon Indian and Greek mathematics; Islamic mathematicians such as Al-Khwarizmi, Avicenna and Jamshīd al-Kāshī built upon Greek techniques in algebra.
Mathematics is an enormous collection of facts, problems, and methods that have been developed over the last four thousand years. The analogy with a language comes to mind: your parents taught you how to speak English, but now you can listen to lectures about English grammar and read books about it.
You can also learn another language. You didn’t have to start from scratch, because the two languages share similar structures.
To learn mathematics is like learning a language, but even more so. When you hear a lecture on the structure of English sentences, you know what it means to have a sentence with a subject and predicate because you’ve studied English for years.
But when someone explains to you what an integer is or what induction means, it’s totally new material: nothing in your past experiences compares with this.
You might think that becoming familiar with all these concepts requires many years of schooling and hard work, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Almost everyone can understand math; the problem is that most people spend their lives never getting close enough to math for its beauty and truth to become apparent.
If yes, you are in the right hands.
If you belong to any of the boards for SSC Part 2 in Pakistan:
- Federal Board (FBISE)
- Punjab Board (Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan, Rawalpindi Boards)
- KPK Board (Peshawar Board)
- Sindh Board (Karachi and Hyrderboard Boars)
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