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Asked by Harik (tutor) , on 12/8/12

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 it will be a lot of fun for us but a huge  loss to business ,economy etc. because we are ultimately dependent on it .if ther is no maths we will not be able to play videogames because it also reqire maths .so never think about it !

Posted by Aditya (student) on 11/8/12

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life widout maths would be complete jerk. Not a single scientific works can be conducted.We even cannot calculate any thing. Huge loss to buisness indeed it cannot be carried out. I just cannot think such a situation.


Posted by Sayantani (student) on 11/8/12


Financial growth of whole word is destroyed...

Posted by Param Sukhadia (student) on 12/8/12


It will be dificult for us to calculate..

and  world would not exist.......

Posted by Param Sukhadia (student) on 12/8/12


I agree with Param but it will be a break if there were no maths for above the classes 10th.

Posted by Titiksha Singh (student) on 13/8/12


life is useless

Posted by Naveenon 24/8/12


 To write the essay on "   SCENARIO OF THE WORLD IF MATHS IS REMOVED"  you can take the help of the following:


According to teachers for as long as any can remember, one cannot survive in this world without mathematics, yet thousands in the United States alone cannot grasp mathematics, cannot learn mathematics because of "Dyscalculia" (also called Dyscalcula). Dyscalculia is a term meaning "specific learning disability in mathematics." People who suffer with a poor memory for all things mathematical have many other symptoms and characteristics. Taken as a whole, these coexisting conditions comprise what is termed as "the dyscalculia syndrome."
Dyscalculia is an MLD (mathematics learning disability) that affects approximately ten percent of the US population, yet almost no one (shy of those diagnosed with the MLD) knows that it even exists. People who suffer from Dyscalculia have severe anxiety attacks, as well as short term memory loss associated with mathematics, numbers, rules, and retention. Other symptoms of Dyscalculia range from normal or accelerated language acquisition, poetic ability, good visual memory for the printed word, difficulty with the abstract concepts of time and direction, inability to keep track of time, and may be chronically late.
The diagnosis of such a MLD is a simple test that ranges from a few hours to as long as a day. It is, however, difficult to recognize because it appears similar to math anxiety, lack of studying, and just simple mistakes. Doctors believe that there are thousands in the world who have Dyscalculia, but go undiagnosed. The test is also very expensive, costing too much for the average person or college student to pay for (ranging from five hundred dollars into the thousand or so range)...
As is typical in dyscalculia syndrome, students are usually gifted in most other academic areas. They may be in Honors classes, achieve excellent grades, and be tenacious learners. Math, however, confounds them, because it defies their learning history..

Posted by Param Sukhadia (student) on 23/9/12

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