Discussion Question 1 Real World Example//Present an example and discussion of a Real World application of the material presented in Chapter 1 of the text.See if you can relate some of the things we have learned so far to things we encounter in our daily lives. The examples do not have to be real complicated. The examples should be based on something that relates to the algebraic concepts we have studied this week. For instance we learned about negative and positive numbers. Can you think of some everyday things that relate to positive and negative numbers? We also talked a lot about fractions. Can you think of everyday things you do at home or at work involving fractions? Present them as examples.That's it–just some simple real-world examples of things we deal with involving algebra. I'm sure you'll be able to come up with quite a few. The text itself contains many real world examples and is a good source of ideas for this exercise./ /
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