## Mathematics- in our lives , Mathematics

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MATHEMATICS- IN OUR LIVES : What is the most obvious example of mathematics in your life? To many of us it is the maths that we studied in school. But is that all the mathematics in our lives? Do the people who don't go to school never encounter mathematics?

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