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# Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics

ISSN: 2168-9679

Open Access

### Volume 12, Issue 3 (2023)

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### A Mathematical Miscellany

Mini Review Pages: 1 - 2

### Pattern Mathematical for Parametric Design

Parametric design is a computational design approach that uses a set of parameters to generate and manipulate geometric forms and structures. Mathematical patterns are essential in parametric design as they provide a framework for generating complex and intricate designs using simple rules and equations. In this article, we will explore some of the key mathematical patterns that can be used in parametric design. Fractals are geometric patterns that exhibit self-similarity at different scales. Fractals are generated by repeating a set of rules or equations iteratively. Fractals are used in parametric design to create complex and intricate designs that have a natural and organic feel. One of the most famous fractals is the Mandelbrot set, which is generated by iterating the equation z=z^2 + c, where z and c are complex numbers. Voronoi diagrams are a mathematical pattern that divides a plane into regions based on the distance to a set of points. Voronoi diagrams are used in parametric design to create complex and irregular shapes that have a natural and organic feel. Voronoi diagrams are widely used in architecture, industrial design, and product design to create unique and aesthetically pleasing designs.

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### A Study of Mathematics Teachers Knowledge Development over Time

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### Gender Inequality in Basic Mathematics Persists in Rural India

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### Two Types of Thermoelastic Contact Problems and Their Mathematical Theories

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### Absence of Replication for the Myosin 18b Relationship with Numerical Capacity in Free Companions

The association between myosin-18B and mathematical ability has been the subject of considerable scientific interest in recent years. Initial studies reported a positive correlation between certain genetic variants of myosin-18B and enhanced mathematical skills. However, the validity of this association has come into question due to a lack of replication in independent cohorts. Subsequent attempts to replicate the findings in different populations or cohorts have yielded inconsistent and conflicting results. Several independent studies have failed to observe a significant association between myosin-18B and mathematical ability. These studies involved diverse populations, ranging from different ethnicities to individuals with distinct socio-economic backgrounds. The lack of replication for the myosin-18B association with mathematical ability raises concerns about the initial findings and highlights the importance of rigorous scientific investigation. It suggests that the initial positive results may have been influenced by factors such as small sample sizes, population-specific effects.

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### How to Solve Math Word Problems Using Number Lines

Number lines are a valuable tool for solving math word problems, particularly when dealing with situations that involve sequencing, comparisons, or understanding the relationship between numbers. By visually representing quantities on a line, number lines help students develop a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts and provide a framework for problem-solving. When faced with a math word problem, one can start by reading and comprehending the problem statement. Next, identifying the key information and determining what needs to be solved is essential. Once the problem is understood, a number line can be drawn or visualized to represent the quantities involved. For instance, consider a problem that involves adding or subtracting values. To solve such a problem, one can mark the starting point on the number line and then move forward or backward along the line to represent the operations specified in the problem. By visually tracking the movement on the number line, students can better comprehend the addition or subtraction process and arrive at the correct solution.

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### Mathematical Calculations: An Analytical Example of How Nurses Organize Their Knowledge

Mathematics plays a crucial role in the field of healthcare, particularly in the domain of medication administration. For nurses, understanding the principles of mathematics is not only essential for accurate dosage calculations but also serves as an analytical exemplar of the social organization of their knowledge. The intricate relationship between mathematics and medication reflects the systematic nature of nursing practice and highlights the importance of precision and attention to detail. When nurses administer medications, they are tasked with ensuring the right dosage is given to each patient. This requires them to perform complex calculations involving ratios, proportions, and conversions. By applying mathematical principles, nurses can accurately determine the appropriate dose based on factors such as a patient's weight, age, and medical condition. Additionally, they must consider medication concentrations and infusion rates to administer drugs safely and effectively. In this context, mathematics serves as a practical tool that allows nurses to make informed decisions and provide optimal care.

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### Word Problems in Math: Situational Math Reading from the Stars

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### Differences in Mathematical Ability between Individuals: Cognitive, Behavioural and Genetic Factors

#### Journal Highlights

###### Citations: 1282

Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics received 1282 citations as per Google Scholar report