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Kegunaan Matematik Dalam Membuat

Keputusan
Posted by Ad on November 30, 2011 at 5:55pm in Assignment Diri
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Dulu disebut Ilmu Kira-Kira, kemudian ditukar ke Ilmu Hisab. Sekarang dipanggil Matematik.
Walau apa pun sebutannya, ianya tetap sama.
Tahukah kita betapa pentingnya matematik dalam kehidupan kita seharian? Sebenarnya
Matematik ini penting dalam kehidupan kita seharian. Di dalam zaman Hadhari Islam seperti
zaman Andalusia dan sebagainya, lahir ramai-ramai saintis-saintis Islam seperti Ibnu Sina, Al-
Ghazi, Al-Khwrizmi dan lain-lain. Mereka ini adalah ahli-ahli Matematik.
Sebenarnya Matematik ini sangat berguna dalam membuat sesuatu keputusan dalam hidup kita.
Contohnya :
1 Setiap bulan bila kita terima gaji (kepada yang makan gaji) akan mula membuat bajet
perbelanjaan bulan tersebut seperti menjelaskan semua bil, perbelanjaan dapur dan persekolahan
anak. Kalau silap bajet, susah la bulan itu.
2. Katakan kita akan bertolak dari Kuala Lumpur ke Pulau Pinang dengan memandu kereta.
Apakah yang ada di fikiran kita? Tentunya kita akan berfikir jalan mana yang hendak diikuti.
Sama ada Lebuhraya atau Jalan Persekutuan. Kalau melalui Lebuhraya tentu cepat, tetapi
terpaksa mambayar tol sedangkan melalui Jalan Persekutuan tidak perlu bayar tol, tapi memakan
masa. Dari situ kita akan mula membuat keputusan. Selain itu kita akan mula mengira bila kita
akan sampai, berapa kelajuan yang harus kita pandu dan bila kita harus bertolak untuk sampai
pada waktu yang ditetapkan? Bukankah semua itu Matematik?
Sebenarnya banyak lagi contoh-contoh yang kita boleh ambil bagi membuat keputusan melalui
Matematik. Sebab tu di Barat ada mengeluarkan drama berjudul NUMBERS bagi menyelesaikan
jenayah. Ianya bukanlah secara kebetulan tetapi reality.
Semua bidang ilmu di dalam dunia ini ada Matematik, tak kira undang-undang, sains, sejarah,
computer termasuk Ilmu agama sendiri. Kalau tak percaya cuba selidik. Betul tak? Rakan-rakan
SCRIPTERS tentu boleh bagi contoh yang lebih baik.
Saya pernah bertemu dengan seorang Pensyarah Matematik dan pelajar dari China. Mereka
mengatakan Ilmu Matematik ada Ibu segala ilmu duniawi. Sebenarnya Matematik tidaklah susah
sebagaimana yang dikatakan. Pelajar dari China tersebut mengatakan: Matapelajaran Matematik
di sekolah tidaklah susah. Yang penting mengikut undang-undang dan peraturan yang ada. Ikut
saja undang-undang dan peraturan maka dapatlah kita menyelesaikan soalan
Matematik. Diharap perkara ini kita tanamkan di dalam jiwa anak-anak kita kerana jika anak-
anak kita pandai Matematik, matapelajaran lain akan turut sekali.
Apa lagi dalam bidang pernigaan dan kejuruteraan. Matematik akan memainkan peranan penting
dalam membuat keputusan. Silap pengiraan, maka tanggung la akibatnya.
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Difference Between a Journal and an Article
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Journal vs Article
Ancient man told his stories through painting and by orally passing them down to his
descendants. When he started to interact with people from other places and to trade with them, he
turned to writing. It provided him with a more reliable means of keeping records and transmitting
information.
It was originally meant to record historical events and to maintain financial records. Today, there
are many forms of writing. Writing is used as entertainment (novels and fairy tales), in education
(encyclopedias and textbooks), and it is also used to record events and state facts about people,
places, and other topics (articles and journals).
An article is defined as a nonfictional literary composition which is published in print or
electronic medium. It has three types, namely; text (news, academic paper, blog, marketing,
Usenet), spoken (audio recordings or podcasts), and listicles (contain lists).
It is composed of:
Headline, which specifies what the article is about and is located at the top of each article.
Byline, which states the name and title of the writer.
Lead, which guides the reader and is intended to catch their attention.
Body, which provides details about the subject of the article which may be a list, a narrative, an
interview, or any other form.
Conclusion, which may be a quote, a summary, a descriptive scene, or a play on the lead.
The word article comes from the Latin word articulus which means small joint and the
Old French word article which means separate parts of anything written. Its first use to mean
literary composition was in 1712.
The word journal, on the other hand, comes from the Latin word diurnalis which means
daily. It reached the English language through the Anglo-French word jurnal which means
a day. Its first recorded use to describe a daily record of transactions was in the mid-16th
century.
Today, a journal is used to refer to a daily record of business or events such as accounting
journals and diaries. It may also mean periodicals such as newspapers and other publications
such as magazines and scholarly journals.
Scholarly journals are also called open access journals that are available on the Internet and are
financed by the government or an academic institution. Business and accounting journals are
used in bookkeeping and to record the transactions of a business.
Summary:
1. An article is a published nonfictional literary work while a journal refers to a daily record of
events or business as well as to periodicals like newspapers and magazines.
2. Journals are usually kept personally by its author (diaries) or owners (accounting journals);
they can be viewed or read for a fee (magazines) or for free at websites or libraries while articles
are usually written for publication wherein the writer is paid for his article.
3. An article may be composed as text, in audio form, or as listings while a journal cannot be
made in audio form.
4. The word article comes from the Latin word articulus while the word journal comes
from the Latin word diurnalis.

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