## Tuesday, 23 June 2015

### WHY IS SIN(30) = 1/2 & NOT SIN(45) = 1/2 ??

( ) It was much later I understood why is that values are a bit out of place.

( ) Carefully consider sin (45) .

( ) Sin(45) has a 1/2 in it but with a square-root. Sin (45) = sqrt (1/2).

So now why does this square root come? Good question. Thank you.

( ) Squares and Square-roots come in Math whenever two forces/events occur simultaneously to produce a net effect.

( ) The two forces or events will be of equal magnitude obviously.

( ) If the two forces produce a net increase.....squares come into the picture.

( ) If they produce a net reduction....then square-roots come into the picture.

( ) So lets say you tilt a rod which is producing a shadow at a wall. At 90 degrees it was producing full shadow of itself upon the wall.

( ) But now you catch its one end and decide to tilt it to a lower angle say 60 degrees. Now when it tilts to a lesser angle.....both its ends are participating....its upper end moves towards the right say and its lower end moves towards the left say.

( ) These two events are of equal magnitude....and are happening simultaneoulsy and are producing a net reduction in the shadow projected upon the wall. So square roots come into the picture.

( ) Also note if instead of two it were three events contributing to the net decrease....then that is when cube-roots come into the picture. If the three events contribute to the net increase....then only cube.
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I hardly understood Math in school. In fact was on the verge of dropping the subject I loved the most because as much as I loved the theory of it, I could not understand the math involved in it. However I loved the subject too much to be able to live without. Hopelessly, I was continuing my love-affair with it.

Then one day....a miracle happened,....while applying a certain formula again and again.....I came to know its significance. Slowly and steadily....other equations also started clicking. I got to see a strong relationship between Maths and the Physics it was pointing towards. They both were the same. Maths was just an easy language to express a physical phenomenon. And a bit more to that in the sense that it could even predict the behaviour of a certain physical phenomenon. Equations now as if came to life.

Every equation now had as if something to say. A burning urge to share these things with the world aflamed within me. So that no one has to give up the subject that he or she loves the most.
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