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INTERNATIONALISM AND MATHEMATICS

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Transcript of INTERNATIONALISM AND MATHEMATICS

Geography
Historical Events
& Discoveries
Sports
Music
MATHEMATICS AND
INTERNATIONALISM

Internationalism
Number Systems
presented by: Bansuri Agarwal &
HyunJu Choi

Internationalism is the ethical belief that all
countries are equal and work for the promotion
and well being of one another.
Mathematics is found everywhere in day to day
life and plays a major role in internationalism.
Countries facing financial difficulties can seek help from
other countries.

A stock exchange is a market where shares are bought and sold.
Different currencies can be interchanged at a certain value. This is the exchange rate.
International Trade
Money and Economy
Stock Exchanges
Exchange Rate
Countries exchange goods and services. These move in the opposite direction to money.
Foreign Aid and Charities
International Counting System

This is used by most countries. Numerical values are the same throughout the world.
Binary System
This system consists of 0 and 1. This is used in the World Wide Web amongst other ICT-related purposes.

Standard Units
Units such as kilogram, metre, kelvin, ampere etc. are universally used in science and technology.

Latitudes and Longitudes

The earth is divided into 180 latitudes and 360 longitudes.

Date/Time

Longitudes determine the time of each part of the world.

Climate

Climatic features such as temperature and rainfall are determined by the latitude that they fall under.

Architecture

Ancient architecture inspired modern techniques of building.
Navigation

The invention of the compass allowed discovery of countries. Nowadays this is used for commercial purposes and social interactions.
Religion

History is divided into BCE/CE (BC/AD). Religious calendars are also used.
International Sports Events

Events such as the Olympics are held in which many countries participate and compete.

Scores/Counting

Mathematics is used to keep track of the scores and the number of medals won by each country or player.

Probability

The probability of a country or player winning an event can be determined by previous achievements.

Musical Notation

Music makes use of notes of different beats and each section or bar in music has a certain amount of beats.

Rhythm/Tempo

Music can be classified into different genres based on the tempo or rhythm of the song.

Instruments
The structure of the instruments must meet certain geometrical requirements in order to produce the
appropriate sound. This is the same in all parts
of the world.

THANKYOU!

BIBLIOGRAPHY
www.images.google.com
www.dictionary.reference.com
www.ezworld.co.kr
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