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KamieQueen:

Did we invent math or did we discover it?

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kacchan:

math was both invented and discovered

urmum:

It depends. Like 2+2, found it but like laws of physics stuff it was invented to a certian point. I hope this helped.

KamieQueen:
But how exactly? Why would they want something so hard?

@kacchan wrote:

math was both invented and discovered

urmum:
It was like there, but we made the equations.

@kacchan wrote:

math was both invented and discovered

KamieQueen:
Who would invent something so unnecessary and hard?

@urmum wrote:

It depends. Like 2+2, found it but like laws of physics stuff it was invented to a certian point. I hope this helped.

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kacchan:
But how exactly? Why would they want something so hard?
lol look on this https://www.sciencefocus.com/science/was-maths-invented-or-discovered/#:~:text=This%20is%20true%20for%20all,is%20both%20invented%20and%20discovered.

@kamiequeen wrote:

@kacchan wrote:

math was both invented and discovered

KamieQueen:
It was like there, but we made the equations.
Why though?

@urmum wrote:

@kacchan wrote:

math was both invented and discovered

urmum:
Who would invent something so unnecessary and hard?
rich white men with no life

@kamiequeen wrote:

@urmum wrote:

It depends. Like 2+2, found it but like laws of physics stuff it was invented to a certian point. I hope this helped.

KamieQueen:
It depends. Like 2+2, found it but like laws of physics stuff it was invented to a certian point. I hope this helped.
Who would invent something so unnecessary and hard?
rich white men with no life
XD

@urmum wrote:

@kamiequeen wrote:

@urmum wrote:

kacchan:

so it's a discovery. Showing it is true, however, requires the invention of a proof. And over the centuries, mathematicians have devised hundreds of different techniques capable of proving the theorem. In short, maths is both invented and discovered.

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KamieQueen:

Okay, thank you guys!

Rylee88:

Math is basically both, The person who invented it means they also discovered it.

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