Can any animal other than man do math? The question has not been answered yet. So far, however, there is no evidence that any other animal can understand or draw numbers. So there is no way but to accept the single achievement of man in the world of mathematical skills. So now the question is, how do people do math?
The answer to this question is complex. Because it has been seen that for each type of mathematics, each area of the brain has to be active. Sometimes multiple areas get the job done together. For example, if we want to understand arithmetic, we must first understand the language, because it contains sentences. Again geometry is like a picture. When performing geometry, many areas, from the visual area of the occipital lobe of the brain (which we see) to the sensory motor cortex of the frontal lobe (which controls the fine and delicate hand work of the hand) have to work simultaneously. Again, to solve a complex problem that requires a higher level of thinking or higher thinking, its main function is in the frontal lobe. Extensive research has been done on why the human brain is skilled in arithmetic. Various types of imaging studies have been done on this. In conclusion, mathematical skills are not really dependent on just one area or one method alone. However, knowledge and analytical ability about the scene, space or space - these three skills of the human brain play a very important role here. We have a vast neural network in our brain to do these things. This network is made up of billions of neurons and the connecting bridges between them (250 million billion!), Neurotransmitters, neuromodulators, and so on. Our neurons work like the CPU of a computer. Here information and data processing is done. About one trillion glial cells store, analyze, interpret, and distribute this information in the right way. All this works like a unit in solving mathematics. Only when the whole circuit is finished does the solution match.
But in the world of mathematics, man has only one rival — that is, computer or artificial intelligence. But is the computer more proficient in numbers than the brain? The answer is no. The difference between the brain and the computer is that the processing and analysis of the computer takes two different parts for two tasks, the brain does it alone. To make a complex calculation where a computer has to go through millions of steps, it takes a huge amount of energy, there are only a few hundred neurons and a little bit of energy using the human brain. The funny thing is, we see computers seemingly doing calculations in a matter of moments. But the processing speed of the brain is many times higher than that of a computer. Let me give you an example. At the moment, the world's fastest supercomputer is in Guangzhou, China. Its processing speed is 54.9 petaflops (one petaflop means 1015 or the ability to calculate one thousand trillion points per second). There you have to calculate the processing speed of a brain with exaflop — which means the ability to do billions of calculations in 1017 or seconds. It will take a lot more time for the computer to get around. So it turns out that only humans have a real head of mathematics, not just in the animal kingdom, but in the universe as well.