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Q: What are some examples in real life in which you might use polynomial division?

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There are very few real life examples of nonagons. The only examples that I can think of are a few coins.

examples include keys and copying machine

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Dividing up pizza slices amongst friends

The price of something,The Weight, the size of things etc.And this can be some of the examples:[(-6)+(7)](4)(-6)these are examples of decimals

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Pharmacists and the makers of drugs use polynomial division. They use this type of division to help create formulas to make sure that the proper amount of drug is being distributed to the patients depending on the variables involved.

you can use it house or at the mall or anywhere

In a mathematics exam.

Life is the perfect example of cell division, with out it life would not exist and evolution would not happen.

As with most advanced math, if your "real life" involves engineering work, you will use such math; otherwise, you will hardly have anything to do, in this case, with polynomial functions.

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That depends on what you mean with "real-life". You won't need polynomial functions to sell stuff at a supermarket, or to cut off a dead branch from your tree... but if you work in science and engineering, you will need some really advanced math - much more than a simple polynomial function.

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Plants from the division Magnoliophyta are well suited for desert life.

Cell division is similar to your life cycle because you are made of up cells and cells reproduce which humans reproduce. That is how cell division is related to your life cycle.

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