Mathematics is the “science of all sciences” and “the art of all arts”. Understanding the basic concept of mathematics, students should relate the importance and concept of mathematics to other subjects in order to easily understand other subjects and establish relationships. Mathematical knowledge plays a crucial role in understanding the content of other subjects.

Mathematics with General Science

Science without mathematics is completely meaningless, because chemical reactions, scientific theories and details of elements are generated / calculated only using mathematics. math is used in most applications, such as work, energy, electricity, motion, gravity, magnetism, etc.

Mathematics and Physics

The child must have a rich knowledge of mathematics in order to understand physics, as a rule, the final form of the rules of physics is given by mathematics; he presents these rules in a practicable manner. mathematical calculations take place at every stage of physical science. Charlet’s gas decomposition law is based on mathematical calculations, numerical problems on fluid, pressure, friction, laws of motion, gravity, momentum, etc.

Mathematics and Chemistry

The molecular weights of organic compounds are calculated in mathematics. for measuring the components of mixtures and chemical compounds. to calculate an empirical or molecular formula. in balancing chemical equations. in the electronic configuration of an atom of an element. Charles’s law of gas expansion is based on mathematical calculations.

Mathematics and Biology

Mathematics has a very high correlation with biology. normal weight, calorie content, respiratory rate, nutritional value of food, transpiration, calculated by mathematics. weight gain of children up to nine months. to count the number of bones in humans and other different species. for measuring blood pressure. to count the amount of wbc and rbc in different blood groups. count sex chromosomes.

Mathematics and Social Sciences

After completing the children’s module, the child can read, interpret and draw graphs. for example, to compare the population, students can draw histograms, population density of different countries, per capita income, etc.

Mathematics and Geography

Geographic data are explained in terms of numbers only as seasonal conditions, temperature, humidity, degree, rain measurement, etc. Geographic conditions also determine the economy of a rich / poor country. Many countries, such as India, have an agricultural economy because of its climate, rainfall, rivers, and weather forecast.

of course, mathematics is used to compile a map, form nights and days, a solar and lunar eclipse, longitude, maximum and minimum temperature, barometric pressure, altitude, geodesy, calculate international, local and standard time, instruments, etc. and there are also many other calculations. Punjab, Haryana and U.P. are very fertile states in India, therefore they contribute to grain stores, industries are created there, but in these states there are no mines.

Mathematics and History

In history, mathematics helps in calculating dates, how long are British ruled in India? when was gandhi ji born? celebration of national days and festivals, the cost of building the Taj Mahal. the tenure of the president in india. this gives us new information about the historical world.