Mathematics and Arts are two different areas of knowledge, their knowledge are both distinctive. Though, I believe knowledge in Mathematics and Arts are dependent on culture but not the same ways and not to the same degree. This means that the role of culture in those areas of knowledge play differently. Mathematic knowledge is mainly shared knowledge as its concept is from reasoning and logic. Hence, the knowledge of Maths is objective as everyone agrees on its concept. Arts knowledge is mostly personal knowledge; drawing, painting and sculpting, from your own perceptive of seeing things. This is subjective. I will compare the role of culture in Math and the role of culture in Arts. Describe what culture is and that Art knowledge is dependent on culture at a higher degree than Math’s knowledge. is culture? The word culture as many different meanings, for some it refers to an appreciation of moral literature, music, art, dance and food. This means that culture could be personal and open. For others it is a full range of learned human behaviour patterns. In other words, culture is defined as the Arts and other displays of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively. I believe Mathematics and Arts knowledge’s are dependent on culture because they both are created from parts of cultural context. I deem that culture bring interest and curiosity to develop Art and Mathematics knowledge. I consider, the role of culture in Math’s knowledge, as emphasizing the concept of Math from other countries and linking it to each other. The role of culture in Art’s knowledge is the way artists create their own art from the knowledge of their own culture. does dependent on culture mean? I perceive dependent as in being determ… … middle of paper … …lly develop Mathematical knowledge as much as it does in Art’s knowledge. This is as well why the knowledge in Art is much more dependent on culture and at a greater degree. Finally, I believe that without culture in Art, Art’s knowledge wouldn’t be as interesting as it could have been. On the contrary, Mathematical knowledge would in my opinion still have some reliable surface without culture. An implication of this is that an individual will be more likely to influence knowledge in Art than knowledge in Maths because Art depends more on culture than Math does. Therefore, it can be argued that knowledge in Art contributes a lot to personal development, as culture s to emphasise the individual point of view. Whereas Math knowledge isn’t about the individual but more about what its concept is really is, so the individual point of view doesn’t really matter.