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International Day of Mathematics 2020: History, Significance, and Theme

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International Day of Mathematics (IDM) is celebrated worldwide every year on March 14th to raise awareness about the beauty and significance of mathematics and the fundamental role in everybody’s life. The theme for 2020 is “Mathematics is Everywhere”.

To praise the beauty and significance of mathematics and its fundamental role in everybody’s life the International Mathematical Union (IMU) has led the project to have UNESCO announce March 14 as the International Day of Mathematics (IDM). On November 26th, 2019, the 40th General Conference of UNESCO approved the Proclamation of March 14 as the International Day of Mathematics.

March 14 is as of now known as Pi Day and celebrated in numerous nations around the globe. The IDM celebration grows Pi Day to incorporate the entire spectrum of mathematics.

More noteworthy global awareness of mathematical sciences is crucial to tend to difficulties in territories, for example, artificial intelligence, environmental change, energy and sustainable development, and to improving the quality of life in both the developed and the developing worlds. UNESCO’s 40th General Conference broadcasted 14 March of every year International Day of Mathematics in November 2019 (40C/Resolution 30).

In numerous nations, 14 March (3/14) is as of now celebrated as Pi Day in light of the fact that π, one of the world’s most widely-known mathematical constants can be rounded to 3.14.

The International Day of Mathematics expects to exhibit the fundamental role pretended by the mathematical sciences in the accomplishment of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and in fortifying the two UNESCO priorities: Africa and Gender Equality. The Day welcomes us to praise the delight to be found in mathematics as well as the plenty of vocations it offers to girls and boys, through festive and various exercises occurring the world over.

International Day of Mathematics History

On November 26, 2019, the 40th session of the General Conference, UNESCO announced March 14 as the International Day of Mathematics. The principal official celebration will be on March 14, 2020.

March 14 is as of now celebrated in numerous nations as Pi Day since that date is composed as 3/14 in certain nations and the mathematical constant Pi is around 3.14.

The International Day of Mathematics is a project led by the International Mathematical Union with the help of various international and regional associations.

International Day of Mathematics 2020: Theme

Every year IDM will declare a new theme to enhance the celebration, flash inventiveness and carry light to associations between mathematics and a wide range of fields, ideas, and thoughts.

The theme for 2020 is “Mathematics is Everywhere”.

Mathematics assistance plan and oversee economic and social systems empowering the move towards sustainable utilization of resources.

We travel the world guided by exact mathematical calculations dependent on the situation of the sun, stars and GPS satellites.

We investigate inside the human body through CT scans and MRI by building pictures out of numerical information through mathematical algorithms.

We find how human idea functions by building AI software that can learn and make decisions through mathematic models.

We photographed a black hole and keep investigating the edges of the universe with mathematics.

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