Whether you like it or not, math actually makes our world very functional place.

Without it, it would probably be very chaotic. It helps us when we’re dealing with money, school, and work and just about anything that you can think of.

But who came up with this “math” thing? Lots of people helped contribute to the discovery of it.

It wasn’t just one person. Like Isaac Newton, a very influential scientist, and indeed is the creator of Newton’s law. He made a big contribution to what we learn in school today.

Although he is a very important part of history, he’s not the only one who made a difference in it.

Carl Friedrich Gauss was one of the greatest math mathematicians in the

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Newton’s laws are everywhere. Even when we simply sit our books onto a table or drop something on the ground.

We pretty much ignore these things but we live with these laws every day because they apply to practically everything.

But aside from Newton’s laws there are so many more math related things that surround us in everyday life.

Like acceleration, which is the rate of change in a moving object.

To determine the rate of acceleration you use the formula: Acceleration= Final speed -Beginning speed/ time

With this comes the factors of breaking distance, which is the distance it takes for a vehicle to stop once its breaks have been applied:

• Deceleration- Negative acceleration I.e. slowing down

• Non- uniform- Acceleration that is constantly changing

• Speed- A measure of how fast an object moves at a given time

• Stopping Distance- The total distance it takes for a vehicle to stop I.e. Thinking distance plus braking distance

• Uniform- Speed or acceleration that is constant and unchanging

• Velocity- A measure of the speed and direction of a moving