# When math gives wings?

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### When math gives wings?

The idea is as follows: start by determining the shape of a simpler flow, that around a cylinder, then deform the cylinder into **wing** of plane. We will then see how the singular form of the**wing** allows the appearance of a bearing force, at the origin of the flight.

### What is the connection between mathematics and nature?

But the link between mathematics and nature is much deeper: mathematics is often essential to the understanding of phenomena and it makes it possible to make unexpected predictions that will only be observed much later. Here are two fascinating examples.

### Why use math?

Conversely, mathematics is used to understand the phenomena that surround us: it is for example thanks to differential equations that we can precisely calculate the trajectories of the stars or predict the weather in a few days.

### What are mathematical objects?

Beyond their fascinating beauty, we can also see mathematical objects in them, since the spirals of the sunflower flower follow a famous numerical sequence called the Fibonacci sequence, the snowflakes present particular hexagonal symmetries and the morphology of the fern describes a fractal geometry.

### What are the benefits of math?

Whether mathematics is just a representation that makes nature intelligible to study or whether it is its true language, this nature never ceases to fascinate, and it will certainly continue to do so for a long time.