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math skills: 6/3/2017 23:56:24


berdan131
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Are math skills applicable in real-life? For example calculus.

Bonus question: What do warlight forum users and vaccines have in common?
math skills: 6/4/2017 00:11:53


Clint Eastwood 
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Both pricks?
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math skills: 6/4/2017 02:27:43


[FCC] Shredtail2
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Calculus has applications in astrophysics and engineering, with one thing that everyone could somewhat visualize being roller coaster design. Derivatives are a major part of that to ensure that slopes and stuff are safe. If you're thinking about everyday applications for the average Joe, then the basic 4 operations are needed at the bare minimum. Algebra could come in handy at times, mainly for proportions.

As for your bonus question, the answer is that they both stab you with a needle.
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math skills: 6/4/2017 16:31:14


berdan131
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So far, my eyes didn't see a correct answer to question.

Keep trying
math skills: 6/4/2017 18:47:35

DanWL 
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They do apply in real life. Try baking something and changing the quantities of the ingredients to make more or less portions than before. This is the use of ratios.

You could also be making a design for a new house/extension. You'll use basic math skills, area, perimeter, scale drawings, etc.

What do warlight forum users and vaccines have in common?

Nothing.
math skills: 6/7/2017 00:53:22


berdan131
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What do warlight forum users and vaccines have in common?

AUTISM


People... I lose faith in you. It's like, 2+2=4.

Do we even live in the same world? : /
math skills: 6/7/2017 12:07:41

DanWL 
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I don't have autism though...
math skills: 6/7/2017 12:28:54


Cata Cauda
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math skills: 6/7/2017 13:09:43


Mictlantecuhtli
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Integral calculus can be quite handy when trying to find the area or volume of an irregular figure. Other than that one can use integral or differential in order to mathematically model a problem.
math skills: 6/8/2017 06:29:08

Shredtail2 
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^ Pretty useful for volume of a torus.
math skills: 6/9/2017 17:53:32


[REGL] Pooh 
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Had to apply it a lot for heat transfer in the reactors I operated.
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