How Does Our Brain Look Like When Solving Mathematical Problems?

The human brain has a complex, incomprehensible, yet impressive structure.

While talking, eating, watching TV, or playing sports, scientists who research the human brain for a long time have watched the reaction of performing any function with astonishment and admiration. Did you know how our brain looks? What about math? In fact, in this news, we will answer this second question.

You are on your desk and you are thinking about a very difficult mathematical problem. And just in case of a break, "Aha!" You are leading to the result with a voice like. Yes, it was helpful to answer the urge to direct you.

This study also belongs to a US university … R. Anderson, a professor of psychology and computer science at Carnegio Mellon University, says, "For many years, scientists have been working on brain chemistry, a group in which he is heading; a person concentrates on any problem of 'the last moment of solution with the first meaning' and publishes the result of his work in Psychological Science. The most interesting aspect of the macaena was the energy that the brain consumed per second, constantly.

Imaging analysis; (coding) (downloading), planning (creating strategy), solving (realization of mathematics), and responding (writing an answer). Anderson, who wrote the report with Aryn A. Pyke, said, "I am very pleased with the format and results of the research.

In order to be able to work on these fast mental phenomena and capture the moments in his mind, the group first taught 80 men and women how to interpret the mathematical symbols and equations they had never seen before. The mathematics taught was not difficult, it was usually picking and dropping out. However manipulation of newly learned symbols brought some thoughts together. And research group; they changed the questions to bring burden to certain stages of the thinking process. Conclusion: Some people find it hard to code, and some extend the length of the planning process.

Scientists at this point watch how participants' brains become active by using two techniques of M.R. The first of these techniques is the nervous shot patterns during the solution of each problem;

In the context of research: the time in which the human brain is to "plan the way in which the result of a problem is to be solved correctly" – the phase in which the most movement is experienced in the brain, so that the most energy is consumed

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This planning phase leads not only to mathematical problems, but also to energy problems in everyday life. "I think this research is the first place we have to use our educational programs to understand the participating students," Anderson said.