Math 2.0 Day is observed on July 8 of every year. Math 2.0 Day celebrates the subject math, without which life would be much difficult. With or without knowing we use math numerous times in every single day. Many people always hate math due to the complicated lesson plans in the schools and colleges, but it isn’t that boring and hard in real life. Math is used everywhere like in buildings, computer programs, accounts, catching a bus, buying grocery, airplanes, and in lot more. Math is base for many other subjects like science and technology. On Math 2.0 Day, acknowledge the importance of the subject and teach people the ways they can use math in everyday life without much confusion.

Without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers.” – Shakuntala Devi

History of Math 2.0 Day

Math 2.0 Day was created in the year 2009 with the intention to celebrate and to interest people of future in math and technology. This day is a part of  Math Future Group, bringing mathematicians, innovators, researchers, teachers, etc. together to encourage and teach people about the importance of learning math. On this day people discuss, share news, resources, technological advances, etc. that are related to math and technology.

Math 2.0 Day
Math 2.0 Day

Other Celebrations on July 8

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How to celebrate Math 2.0 Day

Celebrate Math 2.0 Day by encouraging people around you to know the significance of learning math. On this day you can solve fun mathematical problems with your family and friends. Companies and universities will conduct many events, so you attend one of those events to know more about the day. This day is also observed in schools and communities. Spread your knowledge of math and technology to others on social media. Encourage and teach people to use math in practical life. Be grateful for math as we have to deal with it in every minute of our life.

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