Q: How unit ratio is used in real life?

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In real life unit vectors are used for directions, e.g east, north and up(zenith). The unit vector specifies the direction. Gyroscopes maintain a direction and keep things level. Whenever and where ever location is important, unit vectors are a part of real life. Whenever directions are important in your real life, then unit vectors are important. If everything was confined to move along a straight line, then unit vectors would not be important. If you can move in a plane, then unit vectors are important. Moving in space, unit vectors are more important. cars, ships and planes all move in space. Controlling and tracking these all involve unit vectors.

In the simplest case, it is use to find the diagonal length of a unit square.

A multiplier.

A multiplier.

A conversion factor.

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In real life unit vectors are used for directions, e.g east, north and up(zenith). The unit vector specifies the direction. Gyroscopes maintain a direction and keep things level. Whenever and where ever location is important, unit vectors are a part of real life. Whenever directions are important in your real life, then unit vectors are important. If everything was confined to move along a straight line, then unit vectors would not be important. If you can move in a plane, then unit vectors are important. Moving in space, unit vectors are more important. cars, ships and planes all move in space. Controlling and tracking these all involve unit vectors.

A cubic function can be used to represent the volume of a 3-dimensional object, or can be used to model a position of a certain unit.

In the simplest case, it is use to find the diagonal length of a unit square.

Miles per hour Kilometres per litre Unit price Marks per unit (in exams)

No units - its a ratio.

A multiplier.

A multiplier.

A multiplier.

I use the Golden Ratio in my daily life to design websites.

two stroke pre mix : say ratio of oil : petrol is 1 : 20, then say if you have 10 litres of petrol, you need to add 0.5 litres of oil

A conversion factor.

A conversion factor.