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## Wondering what

math is used for

in real life?

## Wondering what

math is used for

in real life?

## What Is A Confidence Interval Used For? (10 Real Life Examples)

## What Does Standard Deviation Tell Us? (4 Things To Know)

## How To Solve Quadratic Equations (4 Methods To Know)

## High School Math Courses (What Classes To Take)

## Why Should I Hire A Math Tutor? (5 Good Reasons)

## Dual Enrollment Courses (10 Common Questions Answered)

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math is used for

in real life?

math is used for

in real life?

There is a close relationship between math and finance. In fact, at an early age, you probably learned some basic arithmetic using pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and dollars. Once you get to a...

As a math major in college, one of my professors gave a talk on prospective careers for math students. He mentioned the actuarial profession and said it was a terrific profession for math-minded...

Math Teacher Requirements In Massachusetts (3 Things You Need)

If you’re hoping to become a math teacher at a public school in Massachusetts, then now is a good time to start planning. While it seems as though obtaining a college degree in the appropriate...

Image credit: pexels.com pixabay The Louvre Museum is one of the best known landmarks in Paris. There are over 35,000 objects on view at the Louvre, dating from prehistoric times to the 19th...

When you think of Geometry, it’s quite possible you first think of triangles, circles, and squares, maybe even parallelograms. But, how often have you thought about hexagons? Perhaps not as...

Geometry and trigonometry students are quite familiar with triangles. Students study lots of facts about triangles, prove lots of theorems about triangles and generally use triangles for a...