I sometimes use radicals for a quick and dirty error estimation on a questionable statistic, especially in Baseball. Very roughly speaking, the error of a stat is its radical (square root), e.g. if a batter is 4 for 10 against a particular pitcher, the announcers sometimes get a little crazy and start lauding his .400 average!. Well I say, wait a minute, roughly speaking, those four hits have an error of plus or minus two hits for every 10 at bats. That gives an acceptable batting average range within error of .200 to .600, which basically tells you that you clearly don't have enough data yet to make any sort of analysis on that stat.
A story from everyday life used to express spiritual ideas is a parable.
Some ways granite is used in everyday life is in table tops, floors, and kitchen surfaces.
how is x-rays used in our everyday lives
There are lots of measurements used in everyday life.Like perimeter, and measuring tools.
Ozone is used in everyday life. It is used in water filters.
Plutonium is not used in everyday life.
Polonium is not used in everyday life.
Plutonium has no uses in the everyday life.
Curium is not used in everyday life.
Ldrs are used in everyday life as solar panels.
infrared radiation in used in everyday life because of heat.
how are emeralds use in everyday life
Algebra is used in lots of differant ways in everyday life because it's maths.
Unless your "everyday life" involves work in some area of engineering, you won't use matrices in your everyday life.