# What is your reflection in mathematics?

## What is your reflection in mathematics?

In Geometry, a reflection is known as a flip. A reflection is a mirror image of the shape. An image will reflect through a line, known as the line of reflection. A figure is said to be a reflection of the other figure, then every point in a figure is at equidistant from each corresponding point in another figure.

## How does mathematics reflective in your life?

Mathematics makes our life orderly and prevents chaos. Certain qualities that are nurtured by mathematics are power of reasoning, creativity, abstract or spatial thinking, critical thinking, problem-solving ability and even effective communication skills.

How can students reflect on their learning in mathematics?

When students engage in math experiences that include time to reflect on their reasoning and the thinking of others they are more likely to become self-reflective. They become better at thinking about thinking and making connections to other mathematical concepts and contexts.

### What do you learn from mathematics?

Maths is all about problem solving. Not only will you learn how to solve complex mathematical equations, but the skills you develop whilst working on mathematical functions will develop your problem-solving abilities in other ways, including: Pattern spotting. Working backwards.

### What I have learned in general mathematics?

General Mathematics aims to develop learners’ understanding of concepts and techniques drawn from number and algebra, trigonometry and world geometry, sequences, finance, networks and decision mathematics and statistics, in order to solve applied problems.

What is the essence of mathematics in our daily life?

Mathematics helps us understand the world and provides an effective way of building mental discipline. Math encourages logical reasoning, critical thinking, creative thinking, abstract or spatial thinking, problem-solving ability, and even effective communication skills.

#### How do you see yourself as a math learner?

I enjoy knowing that a problem has a solution and that the teacher will help lead me to it. I enjoy problems where the answer (if there is one) may not be so obvious and trying on my own to solve it. With assistance I can usually make connections and understand how things work.