Answer: Even though accountants use computers for math, they still need to have an estimate of how much it will cost just to make sure the computer is correct. Also, if people have coupons or discounts they need to figure out how much they saved. Another way they use math is they need to know how to multiply if someone has more than one of a product. Finally, they need to know it just in case the computer stops working.
Answer: Absolutely - figuring the price of the item to be bought versus the amount of cash that is in your wallet is using Mathematics !! Ok, so you put purchases on a credit card too ... well, each CC has a credit limit, and one has to use math to figure out if this current purchase will put you over the limit, too.
Answer: Well it depends on what agent it is FBI and Police you have to because you have to know how big a crime scene is, how far body parts have went from the center of the crime scene, etc. CIA you have to because they have to know the quickest and quietest way to get where they are going on a spy mission.
Answer: Use proportions or percentages to measure the amount of animals for zoology purposes. Measure degrees of a tree. Calculate wind speed by studying the distance of a fallen tree limb from the tree.
Answer: Engineering is a profitable career that mathematicians enjoy. There are many fields that rely on math, though. A high level insurance position called an actuary requires a lot of math. Many people who get into programming of computers are good at math.
Answer: Well it actually depends on the level of the grade. For example if the grade is 1st grade then the teacher will teach 1st grade math. If its 6th grade or 7th grade the teacher will probably start to teach algebra.
For the marinade, combine all the ingredients for the marinade and coat the chicken in a shallow dish. Cover and leave to marinate overnight in the fridge.
Combine all the ingredients for the coating. Remove the chicken from the marinade and dip into the spiced flour. Coat thoroughly and return to the fridge for a further 45 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/Gas 6.
Heat the vegetable oil to in a deep heavy-bottomed saucepan, until a breadcrumb sizzles and browns when dropped in it. (CAUTION: hot oil can be dangerous - do not leave unattended!). Add the chicken and fry until golden all over. Remove and place on a baking sheet.
Transfer to the oven and cook for 15-20 minutes until cooked through.
For the coleslaw, mix all of the ingredients together and season to taste.
Answer: You have to be capable of learning and knowing what you are teaching the students. You also have to know how to answer all the hard questions that are hard for the students. You must not laugh at them or disciminate them just because they dont know how to do an easy problem. That is why you have to be there for them. And if you think that this is too much for you, then find something else that would suit you best. Another thing that you have to have to become a math teacher is that you have to be patient with the students. No one gets it the first time. They will need practice and that is why they will have you there to help them out whenever they need it. Having the knowlegde and capacity of a math teacher doesnt mean that a math teacher would be best for you. Its all what you think. If you know that you cant stand students then why try for something that deals with them. Just be the best you can in the career that you would like to become. No matter how hard or how easy it all depends how much effort you put in it. Well good luck with your choice on becomng a math teacher. I hope that my advice helped alittle.By:Mayra A. Peña (A sophomore @ RFK in Delano)
Answer: Yes definitely. Being a CPA or a certified Public Accountantentails Math since it deals with numbers and computations asidefrom the theory of finances. Basic Math is the foundation ofstarting to become an accountant.