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What is sieving used for in everyday life?
here are some i thought of: - ice cream cones - traffic cones - party hats - funnels - Christmas trees - piping bags - martini glass - lamp shades - pencil/p…en/crayon tips - tee pee - witch hat - screws and that's all i can think of! :) hope u found it helpful
Iron is a common metal and is in many things around everyone today. The everyday things that people use have iron in them, like phones, computers, television and many more ele…ctronic appliances.
Titanium is used in the shipping industry as it is water resistant. It is used in medical and aerospace industry as it a very lightweight, strong and durable metal. Also, Tit…anium is used in paint, rubber, paper, airplane motors and surgical appliances. Titanium is very strong and is mined in Norway, India, Brazil, Canada, USA, and Russia.
Yes !! Mathematics is a subject that is vital for gaining a better perspective on events that occur in the natural world. A keen aptitude for math improves critical thinking a…nd promotes problem-solving abilities. One specific area of mathematical and geometrical reasoning is trigonometry which studies the properties of triangles. Now it's true that triangles are one of the simplest geometrical figures, yet they have varied applications. The primary application of trigonometry is found in scientific studies where precise distances need to be measured. The techniques in trigonometry are used for finding relevance in navigation particularly satellite systems and astronomy, naval and aviation industries, oceanography, land surveying, and in cartography (creation of maps). Now those are the scientific applications of the concepts in trigonometry, but most of the math we study would seem (on the surface) to have little real-life application. So is trigonometry really relevant in your day to day activities? You bet it is. Let's explore areas where this science finds use in our daily activities and how we can use this to resolve problems we might encounter. Although it is unlikely that one will ever need to directly apply a trigonometric function in solving a practical issue, the fundamental background of the science finds usage in an area which is passion for many - music! As you may be aware sound travels in waves and this pattern though not as regular as a sine or cosine function, is still useful in developing computer music. A computer cannot obviously listen to and comprehend music as we do, so computers represent it mathematically by its constituent sound waves. And this means that sound engineers and technologists who research advances in computer music and even hi-tech music composers have to relate to the basic laws of trigonometry.
carpentry, toys, building houses ect. :)
used as filling for fluorescent lamps, electric light bulbs, incandescent lamps and for vacuum tube.
Answer Everybody does. Our sweat evaporates and helps to cool us down.
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chemistry is used in everyday life by the food we eat air we breathe the soap we use emotions we go threw Literally every object we can see and touch.
Decanting is used when separating the sediment from wine. This is usually done by pouring a liquid from one solid to another. I hope this helps! :)
Tellurium is found in gold, therefore it is used to make gold.
When an architect makes blueprints for a house those blueprints are later dilated by construction workers. When someone is constantly itching their eye their pupil gets dilat…ed. Hope that helps! :)
I live in a solid. I am sitting on a solid and am wearing solids. My eyesight is helped by solids as my fingers tap on different solids and I monitor the results on another so…lid. That should be enough to get you started.
Some ways granite is used in everyday life is in table tops, floors, and kitchen surfaces.
you use it every day. the apple does not float of the world. using logic, you can realize that gravity in place, and you wont fall off either
the double helix is DNA revolves around pi. pi is in the rainbow, the pupil in the eye and when a raindrop falls into water pi emerges in the spreading rings. it appears in co…lours and music. its also used in probability and statistics. clock designers use pi when designing pendulums for clocks. aircraft designers use it to calculate areas of the skin of the aircraft. pi is used for navigation such as global positioning (GPS)
Here are just a few examples: (*) You want to paint a large room in your house. The gallon-size paint can says that it covers 150 square feet. Your room is 20 feet by 30 …feet and has a ten-foot-high ceiling. How many gallons do you need? (*) You go to a furniture store and see a couch that you like. It is priced at $1,123.00, but it also has a red tag stating that it is on sale for 35% off. How much does it cost? You don't have a calculator with you, and all of the sales people are busy, but you do have a pen and some scratch paper with you. (*) You are cooking a holiday dinner for a bazillion people. The huge turkey weighs X number of pounds. The label says to cook it 20 minutes per pound. How long do you cook it? (*) Here's one that I actually used! You're building a gazebo not from a kit, but from an actual blueprint. It has roof joists that fit into a ring at the top, but they must be placed into the ring at exactly the right angle (angle X), or they will crack. You will use a temporary center support post, and jack it up to exactly the right height. But how high? You know the height of the columns, but not the distance in the center of the joists. Studying the blueprint, you see that the joists form a perfect triangle. Use trigonometry to calculate the length of the side opposite angle X. and add it onto the height of the columns to get your total height. These are just a few examples of how math is useful in everyday life! I think that math is fun, and can't understand why so many people hate it!