Mathematics

Mathematics has always occupied a very special place in natural sciences. The subject deals with abstract objects but yet is endowed with unmitigated certainty. A mathematical proof is not to subject to future revisions. Mathematical Knowledge is infallible and can be considered.

The importance of mathematics has been recognized since ancient times. The famous Plato's Academy insisted that no one ignorant of geometry should enter the institution. He associated knowledge of mathematics as a means to attain the truth or knowledge of forms or as some Indian philosophers would call it 'moksha'. Ramanujam, one of the greatest minds of this century, proclaimed that every equation is an expression of thought of god.

It is quite peculiar that numerous people associated mathematics with the unconditional truth. This is because of the certainty and finality attached to a mathematical proof. Its epistemology is objective, not influenced by any kind of prejudices or bias. It is the sort of knowledge that every other knowledge aspires to. It is always true and always has been true. The necessity attached to the mathematical truth makes it indubitable.

Along with being necessarily true, mathematical truths find application in physical, four dimensional spacetime phenomena. It is unreasonably effective in other sciences as pointed out by Eugene Wigner. Further, the language of physics is mathematics. The world as we know is available to us only through the spectacles of mathematics. Everything that can be known is mathematical, however, not everything mathematical is knowable. This is prerogative that a mathematician keeps in mind. A pure mathematician just loves to try to unsolved problems- they like. A challenge. This kind of unadultered thirst for knowledge must be inculcated in students.

The aspiration to know the unknowable is the motto that we, at RN Classes, follow judiciously. The tradition of focusing on how to think, instead of what to think has been in picture since 1993. We want our students to be ingenuous as well as successful. We believe in the holistic development of our institution; this is the reason we make sure that each and every student reaches the best of its potential.

The inherent curiosity of today's generation needs to be preserved and nurtured so that the unknowable becomes knowable.



Why Mathematics?

Mathematics is at the center of our culture and its history is often confused with that of philosophy. Just as the cosmological and evolution theories have exerted considerable influence on the conception that humans have of ourselves, the non-Euclidean geometries have allowed new ideas about the universe and theorems of mathematical logic have revealed the limitations of the deductive method. Mathematics has a number of very useful benefits to our mind if we go into its study. It develops our reasoning, helps us to have analytical thinking, quickens our mind, generates practicality and also its use can be applied in the day to day. When it comes to education, one of the biggest problems today is that high school students do not take mathematics seriously enough. They are simply not interested in this subject, despite the fact that this structural science can provide them well-paid jobs in engineering, statistics, education, and technology.



Math helps us to have analytical thinking. We could define it as the thought directed to decompose the arguments in its premises or expressions that compose it, to see the relations that exist between them and their conclusion, in order to judge its veracity or reliability of the same. This is what we do when we do a mathematical problem: collect the data, break down its premises, observe the relations that keep or systematically solve their parts in a rational way.

If we are able to understand mathematics and arrive at logical solutions, we will be able to prepare our minds when we have real problems. We can look for the best logic, see the possible solutions and relate the data we have to reach the conclusion.


Mathematics promotes wisdom Mathematics applies to other sciences as in new technologies and it is very present in our life. In fact, many of the phenomena of our daily life are governed by the exact sciences.

The teaching of mathematics helps and enables students to be able to reach their own convictions, as it teaches them that to solve a problem must reach the truth, which there is no doubt because it is objective and logical.


Mathematics quickens our minds and helps us, in general, to deepen and think when we are faced with complex problems. Our life is composed largely of situations of choice, approach, reasoning and facing problems to which solutions have to be found.

In that sense, mathematics helps you to open your mind and to understand that there is only one way to solve things. It is to investigate and finally conclude.


Mathematics is essential in a world of constant change. New technologies are changing the way we work and live.

If you don’t want your child to use some instructions or constantly pay professionals in order not to be scared to press the wrong button, mathematics can be very useful in understanding how and why things work the way they work.


Math will be more represented in the future. Whether we like that or not, math is becoming an increasingly important factor in a variety of industries. Future journalists and politicians will speak less and analyze more. Future police and military personnel will use technology that is certainly an invention of scientists. Teachers and nurses will also rely on numbers and technology.

Future mechanics and carpenters will use optimization electronics and analysis as much as they will use a hammer and a wrench.


Problem-Solving Skills Math not only stimulates the brain but also helps in solving problems. It provides a platform to understand the intensity of the problem and the various ways of solving the problems.

Remember, the saying goes “math may not teach us how to add love or subtract hate, but it gives us the hope that every problem has a solution”.


Important Key Skill for Work Any job requires math skills; there is a calculation in every aspect of work. A research shows that employers generally employ candidates with math skills, as they believe that math helps in problem-solving and increases the ability to handle every problem with smartness.

Therefore, to be able to acquire a good job position in the market, math skill is very important.