Even though my title says "a Synonomous Word", this has nothing to do with the different meanings of the word plot. One of those meanings is plotting against something or somebody, like the Joker plots against Batman, because he's a bad guy. But fortunately or unfortunately, this blog is about plotting points on a graph.
Plotting points is when you get data, a domain and range, and plot them onto a graph whether to see whether it's a function, to compare data, or just for the fun of it. I know what you're thinking: "How can plotting points be fun?" Well, my friend, i have just answered that question.
Artists can use plotting in a number of ways. They can plot on a graph with different things, and even make a picture out of all of the points. But there is one method of art that can be used in plotting that might actually be very beneficial to everyday drawings. This method is called the Direction, Point, Plot method, or DPP. First, the artist chooses the direction that he wants the certain thing to draw face. Then, he plots the spots of the key points of the thing, then sketches or draws around them, using the connecting lines as guidlines. This isn't exactly plotting on a graph, or using math to figure out formulas. But it is plotting points.
1. WHY DO PEOPLE HATE MATH? I personally don't hate math. BUT, i do know a lot of people who do. I just think that they have bad teachers, they're not good, or other reasons, but there is an infinite number of reasons why people actually hate math.
2. DO YOU LIKE OR HATE MATH & WHY? Like i said in the previous question, I don't actually HATE math!!!1 All of my math teachers have been awesome, except for my 7th grade teacher, who probably disliked me out of all the teachers I've ever had.
3. DO YOU THINK MATH IS IMPORTANT FOR "ARTISTS"? I can't speak for musicians, actors, and dancers, or all of the visual artists, but personally, i think that math is mad important for artist. For me, i like to be precise, so in my art, i measure things. If you are trying to scale something down, or make it bigger, than you have to use math to get the measurements down, or else it won't be right, and it'll ruin the whole art piece.
4. HOW CAN MATH EDUCATION IMPROVE? Math education can improve in so many ways, depending on the school, the teacher, the supplies, and what the teacher's trying to teach. Honestly though, this question is way to vague to give a specific answer.