# How construction is used in maths First of all, when constructing a building, you need to know how deep you dig under ground. So if you need to construct.

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How construction is used in maths First of all, when constructing a building, you need to know how deep you dig under ground. So if you need to construct a wall under ground of 5 meters, how deep would you dig your hole. This simple techniques involves maths because you need to calculate the amount of meters cube your hole should be. Zoheb SARANGi Dani Ladoczki Project Jugaad

Construction In this topic we think we should talk about what type of maths is involved in construction like: Shapes, angles, sizes, 3D shapes. These buildings use everything in the given list.

You need to know the length of the room, the height of the room it is the starting point of construction and architecture

When constructing a house,you might need to build something that is triangular. If the manager of the construction sit doesn't tell you which one of the lengths, you will have to use the Pythagoras theorem. You find the square root of both lengths and if the unknown length is the hypotenuse. You will then need to use the Pythagoras theorem

Pythagoras Theorem C B A The Pythagoras theorem: The sum of the areas of the two squares on the lengths (A and B) equals the area of the square on the hypotenuse (C)

Pythagoras Theorem C B A The Pythagoras theorem: The sum of the areas of the two squares on the lengths (A and B) equals the area of the square on the hypotenuse (C) balcony wall glass If the Balcony was 5cm, And the wall was 7cm, what lengths would the glass be? Remember to use the Pythagoras theorem

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