Real World Math Blog

This blog is a compilation of articles explaining how math is applied in real-life situations.

Tailored for middle and high school students, it offers numerous examples illustrating how mathematical concepts learned in school are put to use by real people in real jobs.

Covering topics from negative numbers to mathematical functions, this blog aligns with school curricula to make math more relevant and engaging for all students!

How to write inequalities? And even more important – why might people ever need to write inequalities in their work? This article explains how writing and graphing inequalities are used in cybersecurity.
• Calculating central angles is a crucial skill needed in architecture, astronomy, cartography, and engineering, particularly civil engineering.

• This article is aimed at middle and high school students, explaining how the calculation of central angles learned in school is applied in real life.

• It examines a real-life scenario demonstrating how civil engineers use central angle calculations in their work.
Have you ever wondered which people and professions require knowledge of vector addition? This article will delve into how the parallelogram law of vector addition is utilized in the development of computer games.
Curious about how systems of linear equations are genuinely applied in real-life scenarios? This article delves into a specific example, showcasing how these equations contribute to the safety features of self-driving cars on the road.
Piecewise linear functions find application in various real-life scenarios, including agriculture, engineering and manufacturing. This article illustrates how they are utilized in the analysis of health-related information.
In the real world, dependent and independent variables are utilized to predict various processes, such as forecasting the paths of tornadoes or wildfires. This article provides a practical example to illustrate how these concepts work.