## Why Numbers are important in our life?

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Numeracy in everyday life Our confidence and ability with numbers impacts us financially, socially, and professionally. It even affects our health and wellbeing. Some examples of the ways we use maths every day include: Working out how many minutes until our train.

## How is maths used in daily life?

People use math knowledge when cooking. For example, it is very common to use a half or double of a recipe. In this case, people use proportions and ratios to make correct calculations for each ingredient. If a recipe calls for 2/3 of a cup of flour, the cook has to calculate how much is half or double of 2/3 of a cup.

## What numbers are most important?

The 10 Most Important Numbers In The World

- Archimedes’ Constant (Pi): 3.1415…
- Euler’s Number (e): 2.7182…
- The Golden Ratio: 1.6180…
- Planck’s Constant: 6.626068 x 10^-34 m^2 kg/s.
- Avogadro’s Constant: 6.0221515 x 10^23.
- The Speed of Light: 186,282 miles per second.

## Why is math my favorite subject?

Math is my favorite subject because it is easy to do solve the problem. I like using numbers, fractions, decimals and so much more. Math is also used in the real world like telling time, adding, dividing, percentage and even in a future career like engineering, architect, math teacher and lot more.

## How do numbers help us?

We use numbers in time,date, year and weather. We use numbers in school and work, counting money, measurements, phone numbers, password on our phone , locks, reading, page numbers, and TV channels. Engineers use number for their calculation to construct building and roads. Doctors use it for blood counts and medicines.

## What do you love about math?

17 Reasons to Love Math

- Math can save you money.
- Like patterns?
- Math builds problem-solving skills.
- Math encourages curiosity and questions.
- Math helps out in the kitchen.
- Math is black and white.
- You can take lots of approaches to math.
- Math is play for your brain.

## What is famous number?

e, known as Euler’s number, is approximately 2.71828 and is another nonrepeating, nonterminating number. This number is the natural limit for many science and economics applications. 10100 is a Googol. You can write out the entire number with a 1 followed by 100 zeros.

## What is the use of sets in real life?

Now coming back to real life examples of set, we have seen that in kitchen, Utensils are arranged in such a manner that plates are kept separately from the spoons. Another example is when we visit mobile showrooms; we observe that smart phones like Galaxy duos, Lumia etc. are separated from the simple mobiles.