cognitive processes are constantly under critical relevance in the field of neuroscience. In the examination of Electroencephalogram (EEG) data, frequency bands are always significant because they determine how the brain responds to various activities and circumstances in different situations. However, it is usually accepted that each brain region is associated with a certain activity, such as auditory, visual, or cognitive tasks. Moreover, to retrieve additional information from the brain, it is often required to establish new neural connections. In this study, the researchers established a functional relationship between different EEG frequencies and the cognitive task under investigation. The frequencies of alpha, beta, and theta waves are often discussed in connection to cognitive tasks, but the frequency of the delta wave is seldom referenced throughout the cognitive process. We then focused on the frequency of delta waves in different parts of the brain, such as the occidental and front regions.