Part 1: The language of mathematics
The irony in mathematics is that even mathematicians do not agree on a common definition for maathematics. Some argue that mathematics is a science, an art, a language, and some even have a conviction that it is a combination of all these. In this part we try to discuss the language aspects of mathematics, and introduce the language of quivers.
Part 2: Mathematics and Patterns
In this part of the article we show how patterns arise out of some mathematical operations. Mathematically, there is much involved in these operations and the patterns have huge implications, with manu unanswered questions that make a huge sourse of study. The main purpose of this article is to give the reader an indication of how beauty in mathematics can be appreciated, while at the same time the objects of beauty can be a painstaking subject of study.
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