Yes, if you're an Algebra teacher.
Algebra is used in lots of differant ways in everyday life because it's maths.
Surveying is all trig. Much trig in physics and engineering,
algebra, geometry, statistics... anything in fact.
Nitrogen is necessary for plant life.
Trigonometry is used in finding the height of towers and mountains and finding the distance between celestial bodies.
Trigonometry is mainly used in calculating Heights and Distances between two objects.
Geography is useful in everyday life because, many people go on vacation to different parts of the world, when you get to your destination you have to know where to go, WITHOUT A MAP!
because it helps us in our everyday life :D