In relation to the topic at hand and the inquiry concerning the brain and mathematics. I'm going to talk about the human brain. My true area of study is music, but I earned a bachelor's degree in entertainment business because I wanted to work in the music industry. As a result of working in the music industry, I became interested in studying and developing websites, and now I have a growing interest in developing apps. Since I do not know which format to use for the discussion in a math class or, for that matter, in a computer science class, I will use the numerical format along with the MLA style.


Because everything in a computer is represented as a series of ones and zeros, the question arises as to how ones and zeros may become things like music and posts on social media. The question is whether or not our brains are affected by this. Every single information exchange can, in the end, be reduced to a stream of bits; however, just where you wish to draw the line is a matter of personal preference. If we consider neurons, which can choose to fire or not fire, and ask ourselves: do these neurons comprise a bit in this thinking, or is this just a nice analogy?


Neurons in the brain employ action potentials, which are waves of fluctuating membrane voltages, a "all or nothing" signal, and a vast array of chemical substances, molecules, and ions that are referred to as neurotransmitters, to send and receive signals to and from cells in the body.


This has nothing to do with "sending data," and the "signals" that are exchanged between neurons and other cells, including neurons, are never "messages" in the form of data, let alone binary bits or anything else. [1]


As a result, we were able to go forward to comprehend how, Recent research conducted by Dr. Tanya Evans of Stanford University shows that "Children who know math are able to recruit certain brain regions more reliably, and have greater gray matter volume in those regions than those who score more poorly in math." [2]


In addition, we were able to begin correlating other parts, such as Music and Mathematics, and we started to comprehend that it was all about time signatures, beats per minute, and formulaic progressions. Therefore, playing an instrument trains areas of the brain that are essential for mathematical processing. According to a number of studies, youngsters who play instruments have a greater capacity to solve difficult mathematics problems than their counterparts who do not play instruments. [3]


In conclusion, we were able to find that and that by engaging in activities such as mathematics, we may educate our brains to grasp various uses of mathematical performance is such as music or in the development of websites and apps, and even in the development of video games.




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2. 6 reasons to study mathematics (2019) PHDSTUDIES. Available at: (Accessed: January 3, 2023).

3.Correlation between math and Music ability (no date) Brain Balance Achievement Centers. Available at: (Accessed: January 3, 2023).