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what are the practical uses of polynomials in our daily life ?

Asked by Divyata(student) , on 26/6/12


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 When you reduce or double a recipe, you are using a polynomial.

for example:

Pancakes

1 cup flour (we 'll call this A)
1/4 cup sugar (this is B)
1/3 cup milk (This is C)
2 eggs (D)
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla (E) 

Pancakes = 1A +(1/4)B +(1/3)C + 2D +(1/2)E

Posted by Lakshmi Venkat...(student)on 13/9/11

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When you reduce or double a recipe, you are using a polynomial.

for example:

Pancakes  

1 cup flour (we 'll call this A)
1/4 cup sugar (this is B)
1/3 cup milk (This is C)
2 eggs (D)
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla (E) 

Pancakes = 1A +(1/4)B +(1/3)C + 2D +(1/2)E

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Posted by Suraj(student)on 25/5/13

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 ince polynomials are used to describe curves of various types, people use them in the real world to graph curves. For example, roller coaster designers may use polynomials to describe the curves in their rides. Combinations of polynomial functions are sometimes used in economics to do cost analyses, for example. 

Polynomials can also be used to model different situations, like in the stock market to see how prices will vary over time. Business people also use polynomials to model markets, as in to see how raising the price of a good will affect its sales. Additionally, polynomials are used in physics to describe the trajectory of projectiles. Polynomial integrals (the sums of many polynomials) can be used to express energy, inertia and voltage difference, to name a few applications.
    • For people who work in industries that deal with physical phenomena or modeling situations for the future, polynomials come in handy every day. These include everyone from engineers to businessmen. For the rest of us, they are less apparent but we still probably use them to predict how changing one factor in our lives may affect another--without even realizing it.

       
 
 

Posted by Abcdef(student)on 26/5/13

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