# Why do many Indians hate math

Math says *Wikipedia*, is “usually described as a science that uses logic to examine self-created abstract structures for their properties and patterns by means of logical definitions.” If that's math, is math interesting? I think: No! I do not find myself, my science and my work in this description.

Why is doing *Wikipedia* so difficult with describing math? Certainly also because mathematics is so many different things at the same time. You could love the as popular as it is silly. . . ”-Comics by“ math is. . . ” replace: there is a playful series of 52 interesting, true, correct, colorful, diverse characterizations of mathematics, which together could result in a picture that of this living science, this artistic as well as craft subject, this playground, this basis of high technology and could do justice to this source of strange and fascinating worlds.

**Math is. . . Emotions**

**Math is. . . Cultural asset**

Finds from the Egyptian and Babylonian civilizations, several thousand years old, document tricky calculations. Mathematics has been around since ancient Greece at the latest

*as science*operated. Since then, mathematics has been part of culture, its development closely intertwined with philosophy and physics, with advances in technology and economics - and today with practically all areas of life from biology to communication. (Reading tip: Hans Wußing: “6000 years of mathematics”)

**Math is. . . big problem**

**Math is. . . large**

**Math is. . . difficult**

**Math is. . . important**

*Not*to make visible.

**Math is. . . art**

*Instruction in measuring with compasses and straightedge*- Geometry for artists and architects. Since then, it has been clear that art needs mathematics, is inspired by mathematics - and this in an infinitely diverse way, which leads from Dürer to the virtual worlds of modern computer graphics. Mathematicians repeatedly describe their discoveries with aesthetic categories, as objects of great beauty. Much of it is geometry, can be visualized, and becomes art. At the same time, fine art is always geometry. Mathematics is art, mathematics produces art - in very diverse ways. From Max Bill to M.C. Escher to Victor Vasarely much to discover!

**Math is. . . something that people do**

Why is it important how students imagine a mathematician? Because the talented 16-year-olds, who already enjoy math in school, may consider whether they want to become mathematicians later. You need contemporary role models, because mathematics offers a lot of perspectives!

**Math is. . . a community**

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