Maths Zone:

Mathematics Laboratory hands on learning of mathematics through Lab resources and innovative methods like use of beads cubes, fraction puzzles, +, -, X, boards, 3D shapes. Such aids make the abstract concepts real for the children.Students can develop their minds in every way through Teach next. Students can clear their visions and can grasp it very well.

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Algebrais one of the main branches ofmathematicsand is concerned with the study ofstructure,relationandquantity. Algebra studies the effects ofaddingandmultiplyingnumbers,variables, andpolynomials, along with theirfactorizationand determining theirroots. In addition to working directly with numbers, algebra also coverssymbols, variables, andsetelements. Addition and multiplication are generaloperations, but their precise definitions lead to structures such asgroups,rings, andfields.

Calculus and analysis

Calculusstudies the computation of limits, derivatives, and integrals of functions of real numbers, and in particular studies instantaneous rates of change.Analysisstudies the same subjects, but on a more rigorous level, and also topics that evolved from calculus.

Geometry and topology

Geometryis initially the study of spatial figures like circles and cubes, though it has been generalized considerably.Topologydeveloped from geometry; it looks at those properties that do not change even when the figures are deformed by stretching and bending, like dimension.


Logicis the foundation which underliesmathematical logicand the rest of mathematics. It tries to formalize valid reasoning. In particular, it attempts to define what constitutes a proof.

Number theory

Number theorystudies the natural, or whole, numbers. One of the central concepts in number theory is that of theprime number, and there are many questions about primes that appear simple but whose resolution continues to elude mathematicians.


 The fields of mathematics and computing intersect both incomputer science, the study of algorithms and data structures, and inscientific computing, the study of algorithmic methods for solving problems in mathematics, science and engineering.