Mathematics Personification

Mathematics Personification

Write about who Math is (about 500 words).  This paragraph should address things such as:  How long have you known each other?  What does Math look like?  What does Math act like?  How has your relationship with Math changed over time?  These questions are intended to help you get started.  They should not constrain what you choose to write about. b. Now that you have created a Math-character, write a script for a dialogue that you might have with Math (about 500 words).  Here are some examples of questions you might want to think about.  As before, these questions are intended to help you get started and should not constrain what you choose to put in the dialogue:  Are there things you want to tell Math that you have not said before?  Are there things that you think math wants to tell you?  How did you and Math get along in a recent mathematics course that you took?  Was the relationship during recent courses different from the relationship you had years ago?  How do you suppose that Math turned out the way they did?  Do you think Math can ever change?  Do you want Math to change?  What kind of relationship would you like to have with Math? c. Using one 8.5×11 sheet of paper (please do not use paper with lines), illustrate your Math-Character.  Include as much detail as possible.