Why can't math solve it's own problems?
- Anonymous4 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Math does not visually exist. It is simply an application to the real world.
- idiot1Lv 43 weeks ago
The purpose of mathematics is to answer questions in a rigorous way. After questions are answered they help answer other questions. Solving mathematical problems is done using mathematics. So mathematics solves its own problems. Of course, more questions are answered more arise. So there will always be unsolved problems.
- SumDudeLv 74 weeks ago
That is better than questions that ask us to SLOVE a problem.
- Iggy RockoLv 74 weeks ago
Math can solve its own problems. Remember, a mathematician's strength comes from letting the math flow through you.
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- Ian HLv 74 weeks ago
In a way, sometimes it does.
The result of a complicated calculation in say relativity or quantum physics can suggest an analogy to a physical situation.