Geometry is used in everyday life for building and construction, home decorating, outdoor projects and professional work. The geometric formulas for area and perimeter are often used to accomplish projects that require r... More »

In real life, there are many different applications of geometry including everyday uses such as the "stop sign," which is an octagon shape. The shape, volume, location, surface area and various other physical properties ... More »

Some examples of uses of negative numbers in everyday life are calculating the price paid for a service or determining the amount of weight lost. Negative numbers are present in all day-to-day activities that use subtrac... More »

People use the Pythagorean Theorem and distance formula to determine length in a variety of everyday situations, including the purchase a family television set, the creation of code for collision detection in a video gam... More »

Humans use logarithms in many ways in everyday life, from the music one hears on the radio to keeping the water in a swimming pool clean. They are important in measuring the magnitude of earthquakes, radioactive decay an... More »

Geodesic dome math is a branch of geometry with real-world applications, especially in construction and architecture. A geodesic dome is a type of structure composed of a network of flat surfaces, specifically triangles,... More » Math Geometry

Daily life makes use of the Pythagorean theorem in various ways, such as determining the viewing size of a television, which is sometimes a factor used in purchasing decisions. Given the length and height of the screen, ... More »