Do you think of deriving an equation for the Sun’s path when admiring a beautiful sunrise? Or find ellipses hidden in projectile motion when playing basketball? What made Aman Makhija and Suketu Patni make such connections?
Can there be more to secondary school mathematics than training for competitive examinations and getting the highest score possible? Swati Sircar talks to them to find out.
The discussion will be in English.
Read the article at https://publications.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in/4557/
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About the speakers
Suketu Patni is a grade 10 student at Delhi Public School, Navi Mumbai. He is passionate about mathematics, especially Euclidean geometry, complex numbers, and calculus. He has also written an article for the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), about extending the ranges of circular functions to all real numbers.
Aman S Makhija is a grade 12 student living in Bengaluru. An aspiring mathematician, he loves geometry and linear algebra. He is also an avid stargazer and music lover.
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