MEASUREMENT

Mathematics provides symbolic tools to test their systems on a piece of paper by developing equations. This allows mathematicians to experiment and to help them develop solutions in theory without grand experiments. Real experiments collect data that can be used to verify the equations. The universe is multidimensional, so equations are constantly defined and redefined to create an accurate and precise model. Early scientists and mathematicians had to define the basic unit or numbers, so it can be used as a tool. They also had to develop rules, to avoid the two headed worm problems. Equations must be equal to each other and must adhere to defined properties. Mathematicians use numbers to model. The use of numbers and the symbols they represent was not an easy invention. Civilizations had to discover how to use numbers before they could measure anything. How can one sell food without a system that can measure and calculate the correct amount of food for a set amount of money? 