Math in Everyday Life Student’s name: Institution: Date: Math in Everyday Life Introduction Math has many applications in our daily life. Its applicability is evident in many facets of our life. In the nature around us as well as in the technologies surrounding us math is used to solve various problems. Mathis the language in the engineering and the science disciplines and gives a description that makes us understand various facts. It has been around since the beginning of time with old days scientists like Isaac Newton applying it in their laws. Math is evident in conversion of temperature from one unit of measurement to another in making investments or even other businesses. Examples of application of mathematics in our everyday life are: Temperature Scales (Conversion Formulas) In the health sector and science conversion of temperature from one unit of measurement to another is common. The most common temperature positive attitude towards mathematics. The attitude that someone has towards something is very critical. If all people develop a positive attitude towards math then there is a high probability that we will all end up to be successful in life. Math is the way of life; we should all embrace it. Works Cited Alzahabi Reem and Mark W. Becker. "The association between multitasking task-switching and dual-task performance." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39.5 (2013): 1485. Blume Glendon et al. "Temperature conversion." Mathematical Understanding for Secondary Teaching: A Framework and Classroom-Based Situations (2015): 283. Mattessich Richard. "A concise history of analytical accounting: examining the use of mathematical notions in our discipline." De Computis-Revista Española de Historia de la Contabilidad 2.2 (2016): 123-153. Tandon Kamini and N. Malhotra. "Determinants of stock prices: Empirical evidence from NSE 100 companies." International Journal of Research in Management & Technology 3.3 (2013). [...]
Math in everyday life: write about how math is used in everyday transactions. Select five areas where math is used, then explain how it is used, and give specific numerical examples. Shopping examples might include quantity discounts, sales and tax. Finding the best cell phone deal by comparing fixed monthly charges and variable per-message charges. Investing, cooking, credit card or mortgage interest, temperature scales (Fahrenheit vs. Celsius) are other possibilities. Newspaper or magazine articles often use math to describe other topics. Planning a trip by comparing costs of auto vs. bus vs. train vs. plane and considering ticket price, gas cost, time spent, etc. Scheduling a project and considering: number of tasks, time for each task, can any tasks overlap, due date, etc.