Let's say I see a parked car, the tire of the car is resting against the curb. Would you actually have to go with a tape measure and measure the curb, measure the wheel and then you'd be able to find the area underneath the curb and the tire?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

It's just confusing. Soooo many math equations just use variables. But when it comes to the real thing, I'm confused.

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# How to apply mathematics to real world problems?

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