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Mathematics And Art

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Mathematics and art are two subjects that are entirely different in their nature, study, creation and implementation. Mathematics is known to be a more certain subject in its approach and design in comparison to art which has no boundaries. However, an unknown relationship exists between the two that’s intrinsic to each other’s existence.

Math is known to act as a fundamental for art while implementing different ideas, color, formulas, etc., with different techniques. Similarly it has also been observed that when art and its intricate nature is studied, it tends to reveal a distinct mathematical characteristic which is rare and critical to its existence. Thus, broadly seen, it can be said that mathematics and art are inter-related and are responsible for existence of each other.

According to andistix, “Creativity and Language Arts have shared a thriving partnership in the classroom to the benefit of both students and teachers. Students always seem to appreciate an occasion to write to music or to create a poem in response to an intriguing photograph. The outcome of these efforts is both favorable and rewarding. These divergent learning processes clearly elevate student curiosity and performance.”

The spatial visualization of mathematics is known to cement the diversion between mathematics and art. It reveals their relation based upon their behavior, interdependency. There are several methods that testify mathematics as an art. For example, using it as a creative art to teach students, visualizing mathematics which are mostly related to the implementation part of it. However, journal writing also describes mathematics as a creative art in the form of expression, employing technology for the same.

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