mechanics use fractions by needing to cut a piece of metal that is half inch long.How?
A math teacher or a mathematician.
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They have to log in to there accounts
Chefs, carpenters, anyone who has to add, subtract or simplify fractions.
Because they belived that the one was easy enought to create fractions and help them in there every day work. The would add two fractions together to get there answer and that would be how they completed there every day jobs.
Cook, chemists, pharmacists, anything to do with money, doctors, architects; anything which requires measuring.
Math, Rugby e.g. full back for a whole, shares, sales, mechanics.
A job. Most jobs will use these some time or another.
Nearly every job. all business jobs. accountants, business advisors, managers, retail, building, medical, teaching, mechanic, pilot, farming, design...
you can use fractions when you are a doctor because when you are giving medicine to the patient it tells you how much to put in ( a half or 3/10 teaspoons). also when you are the worker for a pizza or any some related to food you have to cut the food in piece's ( 10/10 and a half)
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It would be very difficult to teach and learn fractions if you did not use fractions!
Any job that requires measuring would probably also require the use of fractions -- a chef, a carpenter, a lineman, an electrician are just some of the occupations that would involve using fractions and then of course there also would be the obvious occupations, those involving the teaching of math.
In one way or another ALL of them.
you can use fractions in nursing in when you weigh someone
No, you cannot use models to multiply fractions!!
We use fractions in the grocery we use fractions in the grocery shops like half a dozen
A very large but indeterminate number. It can come up in dealing with money, product, services, customers or inventory. In other words, it might be easier to find what few jobs - if any - do not deal with fractions.
When adding or subtracting fractions with different denominators their least common multiple must be found in order to carry out the given calculations.
People use fractions when there is slightly more or less than a whole
We use fractions when measuring at times such as when you're cooking or baking, and seeing how tall you are. :)
When you are reducing equivalent fractions.