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For may people, math will always be associated with calculating. While we go to school, we learn all kinds of different ways to calculate things. We calculate the area of a square or a circle, we calculate the area underneath a curve (or function), and we calculate the solution(s) to a quadradic equation.

As a way of thinking, mathematics offers much more than that. In this section, we will show how mathematical thinking is a truly unique way to approach problems, and what constitutes it’s importance in informatics.

For may people, math will always be associated with calculating. While we go to school, we learn all kinds of different ways to calculate things. We calculate the area of a square or a circle, we calculate the area underneath a curve (or function), and we calculate the solution(s) to a quadradic equation.

As a way of thinking, mathematics offers much more than that. In this section, we will show how mathematical thinking is a truly unique way to approach problems, and what constitutes it’s importance in informatics.

For may people, math will always be associated with calculating. While we go to school, we learn all kinds of different ways to calculate things. We calculate the area of a square or a circle, we calculate the area underneath a curve (or function), and we calculate the solution(s) to a quadradic equation.

As a way of thinking, mathematics offers much more than that. In this section, we will show how mathematical thinking is a truly unique way to approach problems. But first things first.