A fjord is a real world example of a fjord! They exist in the real world.
Solid objects exist in real life. Each one of them has a surface area as well as a volume.
The Equator is a real world example, being the circumference of the Earth.
You would need to know the surface area of a cylinder if you are a factory worker at Pepsi. You would need to know the dimensions of the label, so it will fit on the can.
The development of resistance to antibiotics by bacteria is a real world example of evolution.
where could you find a pentagon in the real world
Example is too omitted to be real. Example is much more unresponsive
While the list is extensive, the first example to come 'to mind' are the Lungs.
Some practical real world examples why surface area is important:If you want to paint a house, you need to know the surface area to determine how much paint to buy.If you want to plant grass on a dirt lot, you need to know the surface area to determine how much grass seat to use.If you want to sew a dress, you need to know the surface area of the dress (dress size) to know how much material you need.If you want to make money mowing lawns, you need to know the surface area of the lawn to know how much to charge for the work.If you want to put carpet in a living room, you need to know the surface area of the room to know how much carpet you will need.If you are making a label for a soup can company, you will need to know the surface area of the can.
The floor space of your room is one example.
what is a non example of polarity
a example of a hendecagon is a hedecagon
2 is a real world prime number.
possibly a car factory as a real world example
A real world example of what? Math in general? Geometry nets? Name the math concept and it'll be easier for readers to give you a real world example.
Roads are an example of intersecting lines in the real world.
A real-world example of poetry can be anything that focuses on a real event that happened. For example, it could be about the Twin Towers, Great Wall of China, or about the wars the USA. had to go through.
Pyramid in Egypt is one of the real example of rectangular pyramid :)
In real life, things do not always have a neat geometric shape. Chemical processes in living organisms depend on the surface area of cells or organs. these are of irregular shape. For example photosynthesis in trees depends on the surface area of leaves. All leaves have irregular shapes.
A real world example of an acid is a lemon (a source of citric acid) or an aspirin (a derivative of salicylic acid).