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The beats that make up music are cyclical in the nature. What was the cause of how popular his works are? The answer, much to our dismay, lies on his understanding mathematically of the notes on the piano. Making appealing beats requires the creation of notes using the correct mathematical combinations and changing frequency and frequency.1 An excellent example is his well-known musical composition called"the " Moonlight Sonata ", in which the notes are placed together in triads and include an interval that is geometric. A musical scale is an isolated set of pitches with a repeating interval known as an Octave. What are the connections between math and music?1

The relationship to the pitch is a major element in the making of music. Music is about creating patterns of sound, whereas mathematics involves the analysis of pattern. Melody is composed of waves, and mathematically the perfect melody when graphed, creates the sine wave. The research has revealed that the most popular music pieces have distinct mathematical structures that aren’t as apparent in other.1 It is believed that a sine waves are the best wave that can be created only in the laboratory or with the use of a tuning fork.

They appeal to us with our instinctive need for mathematical rhythms and patterns. This can be seen by the motion of the tongs as it vibrates. Greek philosophers such as Aristotle along with Pluto were convinced of the strong connection between mathematics and music including music being a category of mathematics.1 It is generally recognized that people love music with smaller frequency ratios between two notes, this gap is referred to as the interval. It is believed that Pythagoras made the link between math and music when He heard a smith banging on the anvil.

Double helix is the structure of DNA is twisting in the ratio of 2:3.1 He realized that the beats formed harmonious because of the arrangement of the weights that were hitting. This ratio resonates with the fifth, which is a well-known interval that anyone with music knowledge will know. They were in the proportion of 6,8,9 and 12, which resulted in Do , Fa , Sol , Do of the music scale.1

This pattern, I believe is the reason we are bonded to music. The beats that compose music are regular in the natural world. Music study, therefore becomes more efficient by understanding the mathematical concepts like trigonometry, combinatorics, geometry as well as differential calculus. The process of creating appealing beats is the creation of notes that have the right mathematical mix as well as changing frequencies and frequency.1 This is further described in the book "The The Topos of the music" written by Guerino Mazzola who is an Swiss mathematician as well as an accomplished jazz pianist. A musical scale is the discrete set of notes that have a repeat interval referred to as an Octave. Mathematical calculations are present in the musical instruments.1

The relationship between these pitches plays a major key element in the development of music. A basic willow flute sends the sound of a soothing melody, due to the maths used in making it. Melody is comprised of waves. The willow flute measures around 50cm in length.

Mathematically, an ideal melody, when graphed, produces an sine wave.1 It has an elongated wooden plug at its the one end and an opening at a small distance from the bottom. It is well-known that the sine waves is considered to be the perfect wave that can be produced only in the lab or using an instrument – a tuning fork.

The sound is created by blowing the flute using varying forces as you cover the entire hole, or at least a portion of it, for example one-fourth or a quarter of it.1 It is apparent even in the motion of the fork when it vibrates. The end that is left open creates an essential tone, with its overtones, whereas closing it produces an entirely different harmonic. In all cases, it has been observed that humans enjoy music that has smaller ratios of frequency in two notes, with the gap being referred to as the inter.1

The Fibonacci series is numbers that form a sequence that are arranged in a way that the current numbers are the product of two numbers preceding it. A double-helix arrangement in the DNA is bent to form a ratio of 2:3. In music, this could be observed in scales for pianos in which the keys form the golden ratio (1.618) which is the ratio that is formed by the sequence of Fibonacci numbers.1 This proportion is in resonance with the fifth, which is a well-known interval, as anyone with an understanding of music would be aware. Violins come with four strings: D, G, A and E. The structure, I think is what connects us to music.

Making a note requires the string vibrating at its fundamental frequency.1 Learning to play music, for example it is more effective through a thorough understanding of the mathematic concepts, such as trigonometry, combinatorics and geometry as well as differential calculus. The relation to the harmonic fundamental and all of it can be represented by an equation that is sinusoidal.1 This is further explained in the book "The Topos Of The Art of Music" composed by Guerino Mazzola who is who is a Swiss mathematician, as well as an accomplished jazz pianist. How can the Mozart effect can help children learn math. There is mathematical calculation in the musical instruments.1 Math is a subject that requires the spatial part that the brain is located in.

A simple willow flute plays its soothing tune, due to the mathematical process used when making it. It is believed that the "Mozart effect" claims the Mozart music can make children more intelligent. The willow flute is about 50cms long and features the plug made of wood at one end, and the hole located at a brief distance from its end.1 Although it’s not 100% accurate, it can help children to perform tasks that require spatial-temporal reasoning in a short-term manner.

The sound is made through blowing into the flute at varying speeds while covering the entire hole or just a small portion of it, like one-fourth or even half of it.1