It's true that mathematics enables us to quantitatively describe the Universe, it's an incredibly useful tool when applied properly. But **the Universe is a physical, not mathematical entity**, and there's a big difference between the two.

It's true that mathematics enables us to quantitatively describe the Universe, it's an incredibly useful tool when applied properly. But **the Universe is a physical, not mathematical entity**, and there's a big difference between the two.

**Maths Made Easy offers free learning resources and past papers for a range of subjects including Maths, Science and English**, from all levels starting at KS1 all the way through to GCSE, A Level and Adult learning.

“**The lack of understanding about the new GCSE syllabus and having to guess the grade boundaries** has led to more work-place pressure and stress for staff and pupils. Too much content, more planning and marking.”

mathematician Sri Srinivasa Ramanujan

It is held that **mathematics is not universal and does not exist in any real sense, other than in human brains**. Humans construct, but do not discover, mathematics.

**So, without further ado, let's look at the hardest GCSE subjects:**

- Physics.
- English Literature.
- Maths.
- Computer Science.
- Economics.
- Biology.
- English Language.
- Modern Foreign Languages.

In Tegmark's view, **everything in the universe — humans included — is part of a mathematical structure**. All matter is made up of particles, which have properties such as charge and spin, but these properties are purely mathematical, he says.

Predicted Papers are **exam-style papers designed on historic patterns & the exact syllabus to give you the perfect head start**. The predicted papers are designed to boost your grades.

2) Math is a human construct.

The only reason mathematics is admirably suited describing the physical world is that we invented it to do just that. **It is a product of the human mind and we make mathematics up as we go along to suit our purposes**.

**5 strategies to pass your GCSE Maths Retake**

- Consistent and Quality Revision. Start your revision early and keep going consistently through to the exam.
- Confidence in Your Ability. Don't ever say 'I can't do maths'.
- Personalise Your Approach to the Exam.
- Focus on the Key Building Blocks.
- Don't be afraid to ask for help.

**Top 10 GCSE maths topics that we've found students struggle with:**

- Lowest common multiples and highest common factors.
- Expand and simplify equations in brackets.
- Converting decimals to fractions.
- Finding nth terms.
- Solving quadratic equations.
- Rearranging equations to find the subject.
- Prime factorisation.

The more you practice the better you'll get. You'll need to **work hard at your Maths throughout your GCSE years in order to get a 9, putting in regular effort rather than leaving it all until exam time**. Past papers are an excellent way to practice your Maths skills and to find out where your weaknesses lie.

**Archimedes** is known as the Father of Mathematics. Mathematics is one of the ancient sciences developed in time immemorial.

Table of Contents.

1. | Who is the Father of Mathematics? |
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2. | Birth and Childhood |

3. | Interesting facts |

4. | Notable Inventions |

5. | Death of the Father of Mathematics |

General Certificate of Secondary Education

So far, **Seneca have proved extremely accurate** with their predicted papers as they get the majority of the topics that are going to come up correct.

To put it more bluntly, **mathematics exists independent of humans** -- that it was here before we evolved and will continue on long after we're extinct. The opposing argument, therefore, is that math is a man-made tool -- an abstraction free of time and space that merely corresponds with the universe.

**Science can not solve all of our problems**. While scientific understanding can help battle things like disease, hunger, and poverty when applied properly, it does not do so completely and automatically. Furthermore, there are many areas of life where science can have little impact.

It's true that mathematics enables us to quantitatively describe the Universe, it's an incredibly useful tool when applied properly. But **the Universe is a physical, not mathematical entity**, and there's a big difference between the two.

Dated : 22-May-2022

Category : Education