About Maths How We Are Using Geometry In Real Life 55 School 9 1 Research Paper

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Geometry briefly is used in various dailly life applications such as surveying, astronomy, navigation and building and much more. Some of such applications of Geometry in daily life in different fields are described below-
· Art
Mathematics and art are related in a variety of ways. For instance, the theory of perspective  showed that there is more to geometry than just the metric properties of figures: and this perspective is the basis of the origin of projective geometry.
· Technicals
The concept of geometry is also applied in the fields of robotics, computer, and video games. Geometry provides handy concepts both for computer and video game programmers. The way and the design of the characters that move through their virtual worlds requires geometric computations to create paths around the obstacles concentrating around the virtual world. Video game engines typically put to use raycasting, which is a technique that simulates a 3-D world using a 2-D map. Using this form of geometry helps speed up processing because calculations are only done for the vertical lines on the screen.
· Architecture
Just like other forms of arts, architects use mathematics for several reasons. Apart from the mathematics needed when engineering buildings, architects use geometry: to define the spatial form of a building to create the design of the building it IS shape, height, structure basically the construction blueprint. Apart from this the Pythagoreans of the sixth century B C onwards used geometry to create forms considered harmonious, and thus to lay outbuildings and their surroundings according to mathematical, aesthetic and sometimes religious principles and also to decorate buildings with mathematical objects such as tessellations, and even mitigate the hazard arising from wind speeds around the bases of tall buildings.
Also, one of the best examples of the application of geometry in daily life will be the stairs which are built in homes in consideration to angles of geometry constructed at 90 degrees.
the software to render visual images on the screen.
· Astronomy & Physics
Here, geometry is used in the field of astronomy, helping to map the positions of stars and planets on the celestial sphere and describing the relationship between movements of celestial bodies.
In the field of Physics, there is a deep link between pseudo-Riemannian geometry and general relativity
· Geographic Information Systems 240
Geometry concepts are used in satellites in gps systems, it calculates the position of the satellite and location of gps gauged by the latitudes and longitudes. Maths thinking and reasoning begins for students long before it is taught through any sort of schooling. Beginning as infants, humans are attracted to patterns, designs and shapes. Parents reinforce this by often purchasing toys or mobiles with brightly colored shapes, pictures or designs. Later, toys are manipulated in such a way as to provide further hands...


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