## X is for X-the unknown quantity: Day-24

Any good Maths has done to me is that it taught me to assume any unknown quantity to me as ‘X’. And then, just work on it to find its value by any possible means and fitting it in known equations.

Maths is my favorite subject (after Science). Though I never believed that the equations, the transforms, the derivatives and obviously the calculus will be useful in real life. But they have taught us the basic principle of life. Even though if something is unknown to us, we have to assume it as a known quantity and work with it. Because there are always some known quantities related  to that unknown quantity. We can find the unknown quantities by just equating these known and unknown quantities. Don’t get bored, Maths is not that boring. It is interesting when you start playing with numbers. Equating here refers to equating your confidence level to the required level to know that unknown quantity. You can find everything you want in your life if the numbers match in the equation of life.

There are different ways of knowing that unknown quantity, sometime you have to increase the work time to find it, sometime you have to increase the confidence level, sometimes you have eliminate the negativity factor and sometimes you have to keep faith in time. Maths is everything and everywhere, no I am not talking about money, I am talking about numbers. There is no unknown quantity in maths, even we have equations on the infinite unlimited numbers, then why not on our limited  life. So assume the unknown quantity as ‘X’ and start working with it in equations of time, work, confidence, power, energy and faith. Keep equating, keep finding. Even we are given this life to find the value of unknown quantity ‘Destiny’,  assume it as ‘X’ and start finding. ‘X’ is also used to mark an unknown spot or a mark where the treasure is hidden. Yes, the treasure is your destiny. Generated this image by using behappy.me

This is my entry for A to Z challenge . It is already day 24 and it is on the letter ‘X’. ‘X’ is the unknown quantity which we have to assume as known and work with known equations to find it. Coming to the challenge, as the name itself says it is very challenging. On every day of month April, except Sundays, which makes it to 26 days, each participant should publish a post relating to the letter corresponding to the number of the day thus completing all the 26 alphabets. For example on day 1, the post should be on something related on letter A, on the second day it should be related to B and this goes on. Exciting? Isn’t it?