Mathematics Essay | Knowledge in Mathematics

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Knowledge in Mathematics

Summary: Essay discusses if knowledge in mathematics and other disciplines is dependent on culture to the same degree and in the same ways.
Knowledge, according to Collins English Dictionary, is defined as gawareness, consciousness, or familiarity gained by experience of learningh. Onefs experience is affected by onefs culture to significantly because culture draws the line between moral and immoral, and acceptable and unacceptable behavior. Culture also defines how a particular action should be interpreted. However, math and science are highly objective areas of knowledge where onefs experience does not play any or at least no significant role in defining knowledge, and therefore is independent of culture. Humanities and social sciences however, have direct influences from culture and thus are very open to interpretation. Because of this, mathematics and sciences are the only clear gimpossible to denyh areas of knowledge.

In the field of mathematics, the distinction between evalidf and efallaciousf is indisputably clear in most cases. Mathematics relies upon rules and formulas formulated...

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