What is math and when can I use is in my life?

For most people, they would think it is worthless but they would be wrong for the core fundamental principals but could be right for advanced So then, what is the difference between core fundamental principals and advanced concepts? When I refer to advanced math concepts I mainly refer to calculus, statistics, probability, number theory, and some algebra. These are not fundamental to daily life but can be useful on rare occasions and can developed a love for math like the love of beauty. Core fundamental principals are the building block of math: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, logic, decimals, and percentages. I do not include memorizing number tables thought because this is not work related to understanding what is math. Without this principals, we cannot create a fundamental view of the world.

The first six topic are core to any math system while the other two are valuable because we live in a society where numbers are focused on base 10. The reason why these concept are important are that they build a universal understanding of math. Logic may seem not like most other math but it is an important core math principal for reasoning how to use math and what makes sense.