### Way mathematics is taught, need a disruptive change

**Mathematics needs a disruptive change, students who are not better problem solvers in all other fields are bad in it.**

UNDERSTANDING how the calculation works is the most important step to test and analyze a problem.

A most common problem with students who are scared of mathematics is not understanding how

**fractions**work.

What will happen if you divide a decimal number between 0 and 1 with 1000 and 10,000 etc?

What will happen if you multiply it with 1000 and 10,000 etc.?

What is the meaning of 1/3 * 1/4? What is actually happening in it?

How to divide a smaller number, for example, a decimal number between 0 and 1, with a bigger number? What are you actually doing in this way, how will you explain it with the example, such as a cake or tiles?

How to subtract a decimal number between 0 and 1 with a number greater than one?

Fractions are everywhere, you will find not a single field in which you will not find its (mathematics) application, whether you do physics, chemistry, biology, statistics, psychological studies, computer science, economics or any field.

**Mathematics is not "all about memorizing rules", it's about understanding why and where the rules work.**

**If you pay attention to understanding, a student will find mathematics more interesting and always try it to apply in real life situations. Memorizing rules are also taken cared of indirectly.**

Need a disruptive change in how mathematics is taught in class, so that they understand why the rules work and what and where are its applications.