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2. 2. Mathematics an ancient subject known as ‘Math’ can be found everywhere and in everything. Such example we commonly know is ‘FOOD’. Maths is related food in any way we could think of and can do of . The connection of food and Maths starts when we are a small child. If you may still remember the days of childhood the teaching of teachers using colorful gems to teach us Maths. So in this presentation you will see some facts which relates Maths and food together.
3. 3. 1. Symmetry In Food Items 2. Ratio In Food Items 3. Pi (Used In Pie ) 4. Pizza (Pi × z × z × a) 5. Salads (Pyramid) 6. Balanced Diet (Proportion)
4. 4. CHILDHOOD ADULTHOOD OLD AGE Bubblegum fractions are a great activity •Used in recipes by where you teach the •To learn the balance chefs and kids about fractions housewives for in their diets to by using 2 different taking the remain healthy and colors of bubblegum. measurement and disease free by To teach the kids how proportion of following specific to find the ingredients consumption of food denominator they learn to count all of the bubble gum.
5. 5. 1.KIWI Symmetry:- If we observe its pattern of its seeds and the gap between the seeds forms an symmetrical shape 1 2. APPLE Symmetry:- Apple with an 2 interesting shape is symmetrical with 2 symmetrical lines. 3 3. RAJMA:-Rajma with kidney shaped figure is symmetrical if cut from center though it doesn’t have any vertices 4 4. PINEAPPLE Symmetry:-Pineapple is an fruit which has all its parts symmetrical including its leaves and the inner part.
6. 6. 1 First example of ratio an food is the mass and weight of the item . The mass and weight of an item has a specific ratio for example the mass of mango is in a ratio of 1 : 2 2 Second ratio in an item is in its shape. If we may have observed the shape of an item it is exactly same . For example mango will always form same shape not a square or any other . 3 Third ratio of items is present in the quantity of product or in a fruit its pulp is in a specific ratio like in mango it is of 3 :5
7. 7. Due to heavy weight or illness u may have heard of balanced diet. But have u all ever thought that how a diet is created? A diet that too consumption of food is created with the help of mathematics. Which is used to determine the proportion of food items it can be seen with the help of diagram here . The Quantity The Medicine The Interval of time DIET The Items To Consume The ratio of consumption Items Not To Consume
8. 8. An interesting fact the pi is the only maths concept that has the same name in food known as pie. In this picture the symbol and the value of pi imprinted over the actual eating pie
9. 9. A salad pyramid you must heard about . But the thing you would have not heard is that it is created by using math's chefs use ratio and many other concepts to create a single salad pyramid
10. 10. •6 Grain Group servings •2 Servings from the Fruit Group •3 Vegetable Group servings •2 Meat Group servings •3 Servings from the Milk Group
11. 11. Time to eat 100 grams (3.5oz) of milk chocolate: 5-10 minutes Calories in 100 grams of milk chocolate: 520 Time to walk off chocolate calories: 1hour, 58 minutes Time to eat 100 grams of peanuts: 5-10 minutes Calories in 100 grams of peanuts: 622 Fat in 100 grams of peanuts: 49 grams Recommended daily fat intake: 40 grams (approx.) Time to walk off peanut calories: 2 hours, 21 minutes Time to eat 100 grams of strawberries: 3-5 minutes Calories in 100 grams of strawberries: 28 Time to walk off strawberry calories: 6 minutes
12. 12. Time to eat 100 gram of dried apricot: 5-10 minutes Calories in 100 grams of dried apricot: 240 Sugar in 100 grams of dried apricot: 42 grams Sugar in a (60gr) Mars Bar: 43 grams Time to walk off dried apricot calories: 55 minutes Time to eat 100 grams of fresh apricot: 3-5 minutes Calories in 100 grams of fresh apricot: 45 Sugar in 100 grams of fresh apricot: 8 grams Time to walk off fresh apricot calories: 10 minutes Time to drink 250 ml (cup) regular milk cappuccino: 5-10 minutes Calories in 250 ml cappuccino: 180 Time to walk off cappuccino calories: 41 minutes
13. 13. Most recipes deal with quantities: Number represent quantities to use: Often quantities are written in fraction form or as mixed numbers: You have to know temperature for oven settings: You have to know time for duration of cooking
14. 14. 1. Pizza base 1. 2 pizza tray 2. Tomato paste 2. Cheese grater 3. Cheese 3. Kitchen knife 4. Sausage 4. Cutting board 5. 4 eggs 5. Measuring cups 6. 1 green capsicum 6. Spoons pizza 7. 1 red capsicum cutter 8. Medium onion 9. Can of pineapple
15. 15. We are making 2 pizzas so we need to divide our ingredients ½ Went to one group making a ham and cheese pizza ½ Went to other group making a ham and pineapple pizza
16. 16. Prepare the pizza base by spreading paste over it Slice ½ the onion Put the sliced onion on the pizza base Cut each slice of ham into 6 equal part And place it on pizza
17. 17. Slice the capsicum And spread it over Pizza base Divide the cheese into ¾ part into one group Three different member of each group grates ⅓ of cheese. The pineapple group divides each pineapple ring in to 16 equal part
18. 18. Wisk the two egg separately and pour over pizza Spread the prepared cheese on the top Cook pizza in 180`C For ⅓ hours Remove from the oven and cut it with pizza cutter
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