Friday, May 25, 2012

Math in Real Life: Table of Contents

By far the most common question that I have been asked over the years regarding mathematics has been, ”When am I going to use math in real life?” That is, at least, the way I choose to perceive it. Unfortunately, more often than not, this question has come my way in the form of the following absurd absolute statement, “I’m never going to use this in real life!”

This erroneous perception of math’s practical usage has been the most prevalent problem in our education system, and by addressing it, the beauty of mathematics and its relevance reveals itself. Information gets absorbed faster. The details get scrutinized and people begin to recognize the occasions for which they have, can, and are already using math in their own lives.

This is the ultimate purpose of this section, to apply what we have learned from studying The Language of Mathematics to enhance our lives.

Content for this section will be organized in the following categories:
  1. Mathematics of Prohibition
  1. Games and Gambling
  2. Personal Finance
  3. Food and Farming
  4. Food and Fitness
  5. Economics and Politics
  6. Business and Investment
  7. Energy and Environment
  8. Art and Design
  9. Film and Music (Sight and Sound)
  10. Science and Technology
  11. Construction and Engineering
  12. Miscellaneous

i. Mathematics of Prohibition

    Section 1: Mathematics of Prohibition
      - series coming in 2014/15
    Section 2: Articles on Prohibition

I. Games and Gambling

    Section 1: Shooting Dice, Playing Craps

II. Personal Finance

    Section 1: Time Management

III. Food and Farming

    Section 1: Community Supported Agriculture, CSA

IV. Food and Fitness

      - In the works

V. Economics and Politics

      - In the works

VI. Business and Investment

      - In the works

VII. Energy and Environment

      - In the works

VIII. Art and Design

    Section 1: The Art of Dirk Marwig

IX. Film and Music (Sight and Sound)

      - In the works

X. Science and Technology

    Biology:
    Physics:

XI. Construction and Engineering

      - In the works

XII. Miscellaneous


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