MATH IN THE ARTS

1. visual arts, performing arts, literature, film
2. Generally connecting mathematics with arts, such as visual arts, performing arts, literature, and film, has been considered as a helpful strategy for instructing mathematics for several reasons.
3. ● Mathematics and art are two very different ways of thinking, respectively logic and creativity. The two greatest revolutions in the history of art were made by artists who conceptualized new geometries. Both arts and mathematics can be said to be used by humans to express physical and metaphysical reality. ● These tools' exercises will give students some hands-on tasks where they will, for instance, draw and make origami or solve Sudoku puzzles. Maths in VISUAL ARTS
4. Maths in LITERATURE ● The tools about literature focus on the content of the plots. Some books are structured according to math concepts such as Mark Haddon's "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time". The famous "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll also refers to mathematics through nonsensical characters and situations.
5. Maths in FILM ● Movies can have some mathematical aspects in their production phase but what we focused on were the movies or TV shows that talked explicitly about mathematics.
6. Maths in FILM ● A great deal of math goes into the work of the cinematographer and their cameramen. Much of this work has to do with the video camera itself, which requires the use of math to choose the appropriate aperture speeds, the location of focal points, and to decide on the best camera angles for a given shot.
7. Maths in PERFORMING ARTS ● The theatre tools are based on some plays presenting math concepts in their plots such as “The Man Who Counted”, by Malba Tahan or ‘The lesson’ by Eugene Ionesco.
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9. QUESTIONS: 1. The theater tools that are based on the some place presenting math concepts in their plots. A B C D El Bimbo The Man Who Counted The Greatest Showman Romeo and Juliet
10. QUESTIONS: 2. The author of the famous “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. A B C D Toni Morrison Harper Lee Lewis Carroll J.D. Salinger
11. QUESTIONS: 3. Mathematics and _____ are two very different ways of thinking, respectively logic and creativity. A B C D Film Performing arts Literature Art
12. QUESTIONS: 4. Movies can have some ___________ in their production phase but we focused on were the movies or TV shows that talked explicitly about. A B C D Mathematical Aspects Cinematography Theatre Movies
13. QUESTIONS: 5. These are the examples of math in the arts except? A B C D Visual arts Performing Arts Literature Science