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well some people use coculateors or other use there fingers.

Calculater

it is calculator i think

Yes they do use calculators they have very large sums to work out sometimes! Yes they do use calculators they have very large sums to work out sometimes!

a acountant uses the spreadsheet to help to maths an work things out quicker

addition.. (+) operand, caculator..

arithmetic

by the calculater

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

Use a calculator. der!

that depends on ehat kind of teacher. If you want to be a maths teacher, then it is kind of important, but you don't really use anything but basic sums any other teacher. As long as you are passionate and good at your subject then you should be fne with a C

We use the most modern scientific calculator.

you use formula to work out sums eg =4+6 (press enter)

use a prime grid it might help

because u use maths everyday. you look at the clock and read the time, that is maths. u buy sumthing from the shop and u use money. that is maths. and you go to school or work, there is bound to be sum sort of maths in there.

we use maths in our everyday life. eg- work, school, shops tax+insurance etc!

I asked my teacher for help with the maths problem.

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

Yes, he needs to work out the lengths of pipes and flow of liquids

All countries use maths for calculations.

Turnaround facts help you solve sums by encouraging you to start with the greater number first and add the lesser. ie. 5 + 1 = 6 is easier to solve than 1 + 5 = 6

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

they are use in schools,banks most work places you will need it in life

maths teacher

You use maths whenever you go shopping and mentally total up your purchases as you shop in case you haven't got enough money on you. Or when placing a bet on the horses and you want to calculate the odds, tax and possible winnings. You may need to use maths at your place of work.