St.Britto’s Academy students of Class IX A, B, C presented the assembly about mathematical concepts and its applications. Students showcased their talents and exhibited their creative skills. The assembly commenced with a group prayer song followed by bible reading and prayer. Muktesh and
Sherwin Benedict did the compering. An exclusive role play interview with our Indian Mathematician Shakunthala Devi was enacted by our students.
The students then presented a captivating poem on Mathematics followed by a PPT presentation on “Importance of mathematics”. The students displayed unique math tricks that proved the only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics followed by a quiz.
Finally the students performed a math- classical fusion dance. Respected Principal Ms Mary Vasantha and Vice Principal Ms Joan Rajesh graced the occasion and encouraged the students to participate and gave away the prizes.
Mathematics is a field of study that deals with the properties and relationships of numbers, quantities, shapes, structures, and patterns. It involves logical reasoning and abstract thinking to explore and understand the fundamental principles of the universe and to solve problems.
Mathematics provides a precise language and framework for describing and analysing various phenomena in the natural world and in human endeavours
Mathematics plays a crucial role in various aspects of our lives and society. Here are some key reasons why mathematics is important
- Problem-solving skills:
- Foundation for other disciplines:
- Practical applications:
- Money Management:
- Time Management:
Branches of Mathematics
- Number theory
- Mathematics cultivates a mind-set that solutions are attainable through continuous effort, logical reasoning, and a willingness to learn from mistakes. The process of solving mathematical problems, even when challenging, helps develop patience, resilience, and a growth mind-set that can be applied to all areas of life.
- Mathematics is a fundamental discipline that empowers us with problem-solving skills and critical thinking abilities essential for success in various fields.
The Special assembly kindled the minds of the students (Class VI, VII, VIII, IX and XI) with knowledge of math and drew their interest towards mathematics.