It will help us if we are scientists and need to finish a time travel experiment and need one last equation and we had learned the finishing equation in 6th grade.That's why we would need to learn those kinds of math problems.
I agree because if you work you need to organize your income so you really need math
Math is very important as an adult because it will help you with your job. It will guide you with counting money and keeping track of sales. Math is also helpful to calculate your bills and keep a budge.t
Hello this is Max Red and I think 6th grade math will help me in the future for the following reasons. I will use my math skills once I get a job to help balance out my income. It shall also help me when I need to repair a broken item or make a house improvement. It may also come in handy if I ever need to figure out how long it will take me to get from one place to another in a certain amount of time. I think that what I learn this year in math will help me for years to come not only this year.
I think that money helps in all kinds of ways.when you are an adult you can use money when you go to the store.when you are an accountant you really need math.Accountants use money when they count money and keep it organized.thats how you can use money as an adult.
i agree deon money is very helpful. every penny counts
Learning math will help me get into a good college and a successful job.
Last year there were a few strategies that carried me through the year with ease and these are a few of them. One of them I use in multipart questions. I "divide and conquer" the questions meaning that I take the question and split it up into smaller ones. Another useful strategy I used was to recheck my work 2 or even 3 time over once I'm done with my work. Especially in a test/quiz scenario this applies very well. These are some strategies I would recomend to anyone who doesn't already use them.
Hi everyone, my name is Savannah Red, and I have a couple of examples to share about how math will help us as adults. First of all, many, if not all, jobs consist of adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing. Secondly, as Deon Blue mentioned, dealing with money is an important math skill that is obviously required in adulthood. Some instances where this skill is needed are paying bills, taxes, and for goods or services. In conclusion, there are many other scenarios where math will help me as an adult, but these are just a few. Thanks for listening!
I'm very excited about implementing technology in our Math class.