A Mathematics class can be pictured out with a teacher standing in front of the students, discussing concepts of Mathematics and its application to our everyday lives.
Since I started schooling, Mathematics had been a part of learning in major classes–from conceptualizing basic principles and laws of operations up to complex formulas and functions, logical analysis and calculations; and then to intricately stated and explained hypothesis and theories of different branches of Mathematics.
Most people often say that Mathematics is the worst of all. It’s the hardest of the hardest of all. Solving is hell. It has no use in real life. Hence, we cannot deny the fact that almost all students will have their eyebrows raised during the discussion and mostly during a quiz.
Visualize a conduction of a long ambush test depicting very determined students, minding their own sake and own test paper, having fully understood the lessons on their previous discussions, showing that they all know the answers even without opening a book, a notebook and a calculator or without turning of heads; or asking from the seat mate or the teacher and finishing the test before the end of time allotted. Isn’t it surprising? Well, sorry it’s a sham.
Some people like Mathematics, just like me, but we’re talking about “majority” here. This kind of scene could really never happen in the present nor in the future. Nobody can’t really rely on himself because he doesn’t even have an interest about it, so he doesn’t read and study about Mathematics. Now who could concentrate during a Mathematics class? Who could even get a perfect score on a quiz? Who could obtain a higher grade at the end of the year? Who could completely understand all of its concepts if nobody knows their importance and their use in the real life and doesn’t even try to actually apply them? No one, honestly, if and only if no one’s going to believe it.
Mathematics. Mental abuse to human being. The most awful thing from hell. The worst thing ever introduced to human society. But no one could ever change that because that’s what makes it exceptional, inimitable, distinctive, matchless, irreplaceable and rare; so be it.
“If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is.”