Select Page ## Math Day 6.2: Grid Arithmetic: 3 x 2 = 2 = 3: Commutable Law of Addition & Multiplication

2 x 3 is the same as 3 x 2.   Observe this by perceiving square portions of a grid.   Observe the area of empty space between two notes on musical bar and on a stringed instrument.   Observe the area of empty space in geometrical shapes that can be made... ## Math Day 6.1: Number Theory, Laws of Arithmetic: What is Arithmetic? What is Number Theory?

Arithmetic is the laws of counting, numbers and symbols, which are basis of mathematical language.   “Number Theory”: is the study of proven patterns (called “theorems” or “proofs”) and immutable laws of arithmetic.   Law: An invariable phenomenon of nature,... ## Mathematics Day 5.2: Elementary Geometry: Pascal’s Theorem: What is a Theorem?

What is a Theorem?  What is Pascal’s Theorem in elementary Geometry?   A Theorem is an evident pattern in nature or natural phenomenon that can be shown to exist (proven) with mathematics. Theorems that apply to the 1st, second or third dimension can be seen in...