You are in school. School is part of your life. You are using it in life.
For simplifying fractions to their lowest terms
Nobody "created" them, they're a fact of life, like gravity and sunshine.
When reducing fractions to their simplest form the greatest common factor of their numerator and denominator must be found.
I have no clue. But most things in maths are not used in every day life, but math helps with problem solving and how you approach things. I don't know if the highest common factor is used in daily life, but I know I have never needed it! ;D Hope this helped
One practical application of greatest common factor is to simplify fractions.
Tiled bathrooms and paved areas are common example.
The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite and while there is always room for infinity, it's not very practical on a day-to-day basis.
The pro life argument relates to the subjects of abortion and euthanasia. The most common argument used is that it is fundamentally wrong to take a life. This applies whether religion is a factor or not.
Application of definitApplication of definite Integral in the real life
laying tiles in the bathroom(any room).measure the length n breadth of the room ,find the GCD of the measurements .that must be the size of the tile