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Top Ten Reasons WE Use Math & Problem solving By Paige Ficarra & Katelynn Anderson
Reason # 10 WE use Math and problem solving with shopping and money to make sure we dont run out of money.
Reason #9 We use Math and problem solving even in the simplest jobs to make sure we do it right.
Reason # 8 We use problem solving and math to support a house and family.
Reason #7 We use math when building homes and work buildings to measure right so it doesnt fall apart.
Reason #6 We use math and problem solving when cooking so we get the amount of ingredients right
Reason # 5 We use math and problem solving in disaster funds to measure the damage and how much is needed for survivors.
Reason #4 We use math and problem solving to calculate how far firemen should be able to go to save peoples homes.
Reason #3 We use math and problem solving in school so we are prepared for work and life.
Reason # 2 Vets use math and problem solving to cure sick animals because they cant describe what's wrong with them.
And The Number One Reason is… Doctors need math and problem solving to read charts and monitors so people dont get to sick and to save those who are.
I would like to be a nurse because I like caring for people and making them feel better. Nurses have a lot of stress though having somebody’s life in.
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