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Q: HOW TO USE KCF IN MATHS?

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KFC (in maths) stands for: K - Keep F - Flip C - Change

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K = keep the first fraction C = change division sign to a multiplication sign F = flip last fraction You can only use KCF for dividing fractions. i learnt that during math class so

a story of maths on topic use of maths in our daily life

KFC= kentucky fried chicken

All countries use maths for calculations.

For the same reasons that we need to use maths today.

you use maths in school, college, some jobs. if you want to have a job in maths you better start revising.

i supose that the roman did use maths cause what do you call roman numerals numbers no that is maths so yes roman numerls did use maths

The same reason that people of other countries use maths.

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the use of maths in a garden is like how much dirt you need to plant the flowers

In science it is also necessary to use maths as you need to perform certain calculations.

if your a maths teacher or anything to do with maths.

You can use maths in Flowcharts, Databases and Graphs.

Yes. Everyone uses maths.

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They have to use maths to work out how much of a certain ingredient they need for a recipe.

The airport code for Kadanwari Airport is KCF.

You use maths in life all the time. You sometimes may not no. E.G You may not no you are using maths like dancer's use maths by counting like 12345678 step counting use maths if you are a teacher even if you are a English teacher you may have to count how many children are present. If you are a mail man you count how many houses you have to deliver to or how many letters you have left. So you use math in absolutely everything

maths? maybe you should be concerned about what "englishes" they use

Everywhere everyday you use maths for