Mathematics as it relates to Biology
Mathematics and many of its aspects are a major part of everyday life. We
spend the majority of our school years studying and learning the concepts of it.
Many times, the question of “Why do we need to know these things?” has been
asked of a teacher by his or her students. The following will explain the history
and purpose of mathematics in the role of a biologist.
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long past is to deny our children the opportunity to live
better lives than we do. No one aspect of mathematics or science is more or less
important. It should be viewed in a synergistic fashion. The final result is greater
than the sum of its individual parts.
1. Lawlor, Robert- “Sacred Geometry”, Thames and Hudson Ldt, 1982.
2. Campbell, Neil A.- “Biology” (5th edition), Benjamin/Cummings, 1999.
3. Foner, Eric, and Garraty- “The American Heritage Dictionary”, 1996.