Dr Jana Martiskova
By: Dominic Corey
Mathematics Dissertations are known to be the most difficult type of research papers that students may be required to prepare. In order to overcome the difficulties involved in writing mathematics dissertations, a student needs to identify and understand the difficulties at first.
The major problem in writing math’s dissertations is the meaning and purpose of a dissertation itself, research. So what can a person research on when math is taken as a complete branch of sciences? This provokes the general thought that there is no more room for research in math’s. Nevertheless, this also is one of many theories and may perhaps be proven wrong if you are an expert in the field. You could take mathematics probability for that matter and could use some mathematics help from other experts.
A mathematics dissertation should follow the same structures in writing a dissertation as a common task. It means that you also need to slot in sections like Introduction, Literature Review, Methods, Data, Analysis, Results, Recommendations, Conclusion and Abstract. Of course you need to have a thesis statement to start with.
However, if you choose an easier option, here are some tips that would certainly help you write a good mathematics dissertation.
When writing the math’s dissertation discuss existing mathematical theories in detail and provide examples based on your own research to prove them. You may also target different branches of math’s like quantity, space, change, structure, discrete mathematics, applied mathematics, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, arithmetic and so on.
Choose a helpful topic which leads to compiling of data from previous authentic works and do some informative research. The following topics would give you ample food for thought in this regard.
With the help of these topics and by using your own imagination, I believe a good research paper is already in the making.