This is told by Carl F. Gauss: "Mathematics is the queen of the sciences and number theory is the queen of mathematics." There are different types of numbers: prime numbers, composite numbers, real numbers, rational numbers, irrational numbers and so on. This study of numbers is included within the concept of maths and numbers and it is very important a study. Therefor number theory holds a greater importance too.
I think because even science begins with math.
Marcus du Sautoy has called mathematics 'the Queen of Science because it is the main driving force behind scientific discovery.
queen of science maths which combines with physics to have good chemistry so physics is considered as a science of energy
Carl Friedrich Gauss, a famous mathematician, said that "Mathematics is the queen of the sciences and number theory is the queen of mathematics."
Maths is called the queen of science bcz the already th king is the environment and maths is being used in our daily life.Wherever u go u need mathematics,If u go to a shop to buy something u need maths to add those .And to count u need maths. EACH ANS EVERY THING AROUND US NEEDS MATHS TO LiVE.So its important that we must give first preference to maths than all other subjects. Now a days students think tht maths is a waste of time but they still don know the importance of maths..Maths is not a easy subject but if we have interenst we may like it..It is a subject of solving equations..Even the great mathematician Ramanujam didnt score welll in his maths is his childhood.But still he was able to do all the sums correctly without any mistake because of his interest - V.DHANANJAY
No. The Queen is, in theory, a figurehead with no actual power.
In theory yes, in practice it doesn't happen.
because all subject are include on it
Only in theory.
because it is a common word
Because science has ALL the subjects in it. (Math, reading, history, technology etc.)
If we declare maths as the queen of sciences, physics would obviously be the king. And king and queen do have some relations, don't they? Back in old days (18-19th centuries and older) math was being developed the way the physicians needed it, not more. Suppose one day a phisician needed to solve quadratic equation and there was no way to do it. He would sit days long and finally invent a method for solve this kind of equations (in reality things were a bit different, but not much). So in the process of solving a physical problem new mathematical method was developed and the physical problem got solved too. This way physics benefited from maths and maths from physics. Nowadays every physical problem again needs a lot of maths to be solved. And as it can be seen, physics can't exist without maths (although maths can exist without physics).
A straight edge, or a king or queen!
Because of science and chemicals. Queen answerer
No, although in theory, everything is done in her name.
Regnal numbers, I II, IV etc are only applied to the Monarch. If the Monarch's spouse is a female then she automatically becomes Queen Consort. Hence: Queen Elizabeth I, followed by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Consort and then Queen Elizabeth II. When Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne Queen Elizabeth became Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother a title afforded to her by Queen Elizabeth II
Candace sings queen of mars (Ashley tisdale) on Phineas and ferb the episode is called unfair science fair watch it on youtube
The story is a science-fiction -tization of a Herman Hess novel called the Poet.
math is the quen of sience becaus without math there would be no sience