You may imagine what links the Mathematics you study in school to the real-world. Do you ever have to work on algebraic equations or find any angles outside the classroom? What is the use of learning differentiation and integration? Well, there are many utilisation of Maths we can witness around us in day to day life.
Whether we need to purchase fruits or play a computer game, nearly in every aspect of our life, the concepts and principles of Maths are used. Few concepts are simple to learn, like fractions, lines and angles, etc., explained to us in primary classes. But some are a bit difficult to understand, such as probability and statistics, trigonometry, calculus, etc., learned in higher secondary levels. But all the concepts have their importance. Some of them are discussed here:
Significance of Numbers
Numbers perform an essential role in our life. We usually count, like products, places or sometimes people using numbers. The regular addition and subtraction calculations we do are all based on numbers. For example, making a list of glossary items, preparing a monthly budget, etc.
Algebra is extremely recommendable while finding any unknown factor. For example, if we have to calculate the price of 10 balls based on the amount of 1 ball, then we assume the cost of 10 balls equal to variable say x. So the rate of 10 balls, x, will be equal to the product of the price of one ball and the number of balls, which is ten. Hence, you will get the answer.
Shapes and Sizes
The geometrical shapes in Maths help us to understand the forms of different objects, available in the outer world. Also, these shapes have their own properties, areas and other factors which differentiate them from each other. Like, area of a circle is different from the area of square and also from other shapes.
Profit and Loss Percentage
In business, we have mostly heard the terms of profit and loss. While selling or purchasing a product, a businessman comes across with some profit or loss in percentage, based on the actual price of the product. We can use the formulas to calculate the required percent change.
Even the climate forecasting organisation, operates based on stats and previous weather reports and predicts for future weather. Engineers use the concept of ratio and proportion while constructing a building to check how much of the materials will be required to do the job. There are a substantial number of applications of mathematical principles which we come across in daily life.