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- 1. APPLICATION OF MATHEMATICS IN DAILY LIFE
- 2. ABSTRACT: Introduction-Geometry in- Nature, cars -Math in Medicine, Engineering, Forensic -Trigonometry- Number theory-Calculus- conclusion.
- 3. INTRODUCTION: In our daily life, we use mathematics in various fields. This paper portraits the role of mathematics in all aspects of our daily life. We know that mathematics is applied directly or indirectly in our everyday life. Let us see some of their applications below:
- 4. GEOMETRY IN: NATURE (hexagon): A honeycomb is an array of hexagonal (six sided) cells, made of wax produced by worker bees. Hexagons fit together to fill all the available space, giving a strong structure with no gaps. Squares would also fill the space, but would not give a rigid structure. Triangles would fill the space and be rigid, but it would be difficult to get honey out of their corners.
- 5. CARS: The wheels and lights are circles, the doors are rectangular prisms, the main area for a person to drive and sit in it a half a sphere with the sides chopped off which makes it ¼ of a sphere. If a person would look very closely he would see a lot more shapes in the car. Too many to list.
- 6. MATH IN: MEDICINE (Protein modeling): Much of the function of a protein is determined by its shape and how the pieces move. Mad cow disease is caused by the introduction of a “shape” into the brain (a shape carried by a protein).Many drugs are designed to change the shape or motions of a protein something that we are just now working to model, even approximately, in computers, using geometry and related areas.
- 7. ENGINEERING: If it is rainy and cold outside, you will be happy to stay at a home while longer and have a nice hot cup of tea. But someone has built the house you are in, made sure it keeps the cold out and the warmth in, and provided you with running water for the tea. This someone is most likely an engineer. Engineers are responsible for just about everything we take for granted in the world around us, from tall buildings, tunnels and football stadiums, to access to clean drinking water. They also design and build vehicles, aircraft, boats and ships. What’s more, engineers help to develop things which are important for the future, such as generating energy from the sun, wind or waves. Mathematics is involved in everything an engineer does, whether it is working out how much concrete is needed to build a bridge, or determining the amount of solar energy to power a car.
- 8. FORENSIC: Mathematics is applied to clarity the blurred image to clear image. This is done by using differential and integral calculus.
- 9. TRIGONOMETRY: The first trigonometric table was apparently compiled by Hipparchus, who is now consequently known as “The father of trigonometry”. It helps us to find us the height of the objects.
- 10. NUMBER THEORY It is the branch of pure mathematics concerned with properties of numbers. It is used for creating codes for ATM/Credit cards. An article in The Sunday Times in June 2004 revealed the fact that you can’t even assume that buying larger bags of exactly the same pasta would work out cheaper. It is said that in many of the supermarkets buying in bulk, for example picking up a six-pack of beer rather than six single cans, was in fact more expensive. The newspaper found that the difference can be as much as 30%. The supermarkets chains may be exploiting the assumption people have that buying in bulk is cheaper, but if you work it out quickly in your head you’ll never be caught out.
- 11. CALCULUS: It is the study of change. It includes limits, derivatives, integrals and infinite series. It helps us to find the area of figures, to know the acceleration of a car moving in a highway with a uniform speed. Also the movement of an artificial satellite, ship etc.
- 12. CONCLUSION: At the nut shell, we came to know about some of the applications of the mathematics. These are just few in our daily life.
- 13. THANK YOU
- 14. DONE BY SUDHARSAN.S AND SRIMANIKANDAN.B I CSE-C

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