# What is the easiest math question in the world?

## What is the easiest math question in the world?

- The Collatz conjecture. XKCD.
- The Beal conjecture. The Beal conjecture basically goes like this…
- The Inscribed Square problem. Claudio Rocchini.
- Goldbach’s conjecture. Similar to the Twin Prime conjecture, Goldbach’s conjecture is another seemingly simple question about primes and is famous for how deceptively easy it is.

## What is the hardest test?

Toughest Exams In The World

- CCIE- Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert.
- GATE- Gratitude Aptitude Test in Engineering.
- Gaokao.
- IIT-JEE – Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination.
- UPSC- Union Public Service Commission.
- Mensa.
- GRE- Graduate Record Examinations.
- CFA- Chartered Financial Analyst.

**Is math important in art?**

Math can also be used to analyze artwork, particularly in painting. Art theorists have come up with ways of using math to analyze and offer a new level of appreciation of artwork. Math is essential to the inspiration, creation, and appreciation of artwork.

### What is the first math equation?

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current | 17:08, 7 July 2008 | {{Information |Description={{en|1=The first equation ever written, by Robert Recorde in his treatise ”The Whetstone of Witte”, in 1557. The equation is represented, in modern terms, by <math>14\sqrt{x}+|15| = |

### How did Leonardo da Vinci use math in his art?

Da Vinci used the mathematical principles of linear perspective – parallel lines, the horizon line, and a vanishing point – to create the illusion of depth on a flat surface. In The Annunciation, for example, he uses perspective to emphasise the corner of a building, a walled garden and a path.

**Why is mathematics embedded in nature?**

Mathematics reveals hidden patterns that help us understand the world around us. As a science of abstract objects, mathematics relies on logic rather than on observation as its standard of truth, yet employs observation, simulation, and even experimentation as means of discovering truth.

#### What is the most hardest equation?

It’s called a Diophantine Equation, and it’s sometimes known as the “summing of three cubes”: Find x, y, and z such that x³+y³+z³=k, for each k from 1 to 100. On the surface, it seems easy.

#### What is the most beautiful equation in mathematics?

Euler’s identity