**Q. Why is mathematics important for your future career?**

## Q. Do you need math for art?

In art, mathematics is not always visible, unless you are looking for it. But there is much symmetry, geometry, and measurement involved in creating beautiful art. As well, many artists take advantage of mathematical findings, such as the golden ratio to make their artwork realistic and beautiful.

**Q. Why is mathematics important for your future career?**

### Q. What kind of careers would combine math and art?

Here is a list of 10 careers combining art and math skills to spark your students’ interests in more ways than one:

- 3D Modeler.
- Animator.
- Front End Development + Web Design.
- Product Design.
- GIS Technician.
- Graphic Design.
- Architect.
- Video Game Design.

**Q. Why do we need to study mathematics in the modern world?**

It’s an important discipline to study because many roles require a basic or advanced understanding of mathematical concepts. Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space and change. Believers in better, faster, smarter solutions are often drawn to math. We need math.

#### Where do we use math in real life?

Examples of Math Connections to Daily life

- Managing Money.
- Recreational Sports.
- Home Decorating and Remodeling.
- Cooking.
- Shopping.

**Q. Why is math so hated?**

Some students dislike math because they think it’s dull. They don’t get excited about numbers and formulas the way they get excited about history, science, languages, or other subjects that are easier to personally connect to. They see math as abstract and irrelevant figures that are difficult to understand.

## Q. Is hating math wrong?

Yes! It’s definitely okay to hate maths. Much of what is taught about maths is completely wrong. Unfortunately we don’t have the benefit of knowing how advanced civilizations beyond Earth approach the subject.

**Q. How far has pi been calculated?**

The value of the number pi has been calculated to a new world record length of 31 trillion digits, far past the previous record of 22 trillion.

### Q. Can you be pi years old?

It doesn’t have to be. You still pass π when you go from three years old to four years old. Pi is somewhere between 3 and 4, thus you eventually you cross it when aging from 3 to 4 years old.

**Q. How many digits of pi does NASA use in calculations for sending rockets into space?**

15 digits

#### Why does NASA only use 15 digits of pi?

NASA only uses around 15 digits of pi to send rockets into space, and measuring the visible Universe’s circumference to the precision of a single atom would take just 40 digits. At any rate, if my colleague Chaim is to be believed, then pi sucks anyway, and we should all be using tau instead.

**Q. Why is rounding off PI acceptable?**

It turns out that all circles have the same width-to-circumference ratio. When the circumference is divided by the diameter, the result can go beyond 100,000 decimal points, so to make calculations easier, pi is rounded to 3.14, or shown as the symbol π.

Do engineers really take π and e as 3? Engineers use as many digits as they need to meet the specifications of a particular project. If single-digit accuracy is sufficient, then an engineer might use 3.

A simple way to understand pi. The number π is a mathematical constant, approximately equal to 3.14159. It is defined in Euclidean geometry[a] as the ratio o…

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