Mathematics plays an important role in life, often much more important than it may seem at first glance.
(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- Los Angeles, California Sep 23, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – The raw material with which mathematics works is numbers, and for this reason it is important to know the characteristics of these if you want to have a complete and absolute understanding of the language of the universe: mathematics. That is why numbersdata.com, the largest encyclopedia of numbers in English, has been launched.
The aim of numbersdata.com is to provide Internet users with as much information as possible about numbers: what they are, their mathematical and trigonometric properties, and so on. “In this way we find ourselves with a large database that will not only instantly calculate the square root of any number, but will also offer us the way that number is said in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese or Italian,” they explain.
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The demand for mathematicians has been growing steadily in recent years. Big data is proving to be essential for companies, and many mathematicians are called to work in this sector. It is estimated that every minute on the Internet 4.1 million Google searches are generated, 347,000 tweets are written, 3.3 million updates are shared on Facebook, 38,000 images are uploaded to Instagram, and 34.7 million messages are sent. An immense sea of content that involves a transfer of more than 1,570 terabytes of information every 60 seconds. And to take advantage of all that information requires a lot of mathematical knowledge. Data is the oil of the 21st century.
Mathematicians are also proving essential in the fight against the coronavirus, and the demand for mathematical experts is expected to grow in the future to cope with the potential catastrophes and pandemics that threaten humanity. For this reason, it is not unreasonable to start by learning the basics of mathematics: numbers and their properties. And little by little learn more in this field that everything predicts will be one of the most important in the future.
numbersdata.com also has a Spanish version, Numeros web, to offer all the information about numbers in this language.
Andrea Ortiz Parera
Sol, 21, Manacor, Spain
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