# Go Maths

“**Everything around you is numbers, everything around you is mathematics”**

Mathematics helps us understand the world and provides an effective way of building mental discipline. Math encourages logical reasoning, critical thinking, creative thinking, abstract or spatial thinking, problem-solving ability, and even effective communication skills. Mathematics is a study of measurements, numbers, and space, which is one of the first sciences that humans work to develop because of its great importance and benefit.

The origin of the word "mathematics" is in Greek, which means tendencies to learn, and there are many branches of mathematics in science, that are related to numbers, including geometric forms, algebra, and others.Mathematics plays a vital role in all aspects of life, whether in everyday matters such as time tracking, driving, cooking, or jobs such as accounting, finance, banking, engineering, and software. Mathematics helps in analytical thinking. While solving maths problems.

1. Mathematics helps to develop the ability to think.

2. It helps explain how things work.

3. It helps to develop wisdom.

4. It increases the speed of intuition.

5. It helps to make the child smarter.

6. Money can be collected in mathematics when used as a profession.

7. It is important in a constantly evolving world.

8.It provides the child with an opportunity to get to the world.

**Math Solutions is dedicated to improving students' learning of mathematics by providing educators with the highest quality professional development services, products, and resources.Focuses on activities, resources, themes, and more for anyone who teaches math to children.we at Gajera vidyabhavan Sachin, conducted a seminar 5 January 2020 on ' Be maths' by sunil Jadhav sir who is the principal of Experimental school.He taught informative information to the students by using different tricks and logic.He also explained about basic maths and standard maths along with paper style with marks weightage.It is really helpful and useful for the grade 8 to 10 students.**