Thank you Ofir David for your review.

Last week, I was discussing about why mathematics is behind almost everything with my friends. Then I realized that most of the math people are thinking everything can explain with mathematics.

Honestly, I also believe that. There should be an explanation why people likes 7. It cannot be something random. For instance, if you check buffon’s needle experiment, you will see that throwing needles randomly causes a mathematical constant and we can explain that with probability. Or, people are still searching why the average of sinuosity of rivers is getting close to pi.

I just said “the things that math cannot explain” to hook readers.

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