Mathematics includes the study of such topics as quantity (number theory), structure (algebra), space (geometry) and change (mathematical analysis). It can be called the indispensable pillar of natural science, engineering, medicine, finance and social sciences also.
The word “mathematics” comes from Ancient Greek word “máthēma”, meaning “that which is learnt, “what one gets to know,” hence also “study” and “science”. The word “mathematics” came to have the narrower and more technical meaning “calculating study” even in classical times.
Math-magic tricks can liven up any math class and create a sense of wonder and curiosity about mathematics. Not only that, math magic creates a new context for logical reasoning as students go beyond “What’s the answer?” to explore “What’s the trick?”
General Math is an integral part for any kind of state or central govt. job entrance exams. You can put yourself ahead in the competition if you manage to crack a good score in math. It hardly requires your perseverance and continuous practice. For which a contestant shouldn’t only know to solve the complex equations, he also needs to have the ability to solve math in a very short time with adequate techniques. And this is where “Rice Education” set a precedent for success.
Rice Chairman Prof. Samit Ray’s “Math-Magic” class has long been an interesting event for students. The only mantra for a good score in competitive exams is “the right solution in a short time”. Based on that, the students have the opportunity to get various strategies and valuable advice from Sir’s class. The “Math Magic” class will continue to help students in the future to enrich the examinees and prepare them better by overcoming the fear of subjects like mathematics.