Integrating Math & Other Subjects


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What is the name of the mathematical study that deals with rates of change, as seen in problems involving velocity and acceleration?

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1. What is an example of a profession that regularly applies geometric and/or trigonometric principles in practice?

2. The ratio, which is seen in what human beings collectively view as aesthetically pleasing, such as a seashell or the Mona Lisa, is known as what?

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Our quiz/worksheet combo is comprised of multiple-choice questions covering subjects related to the integration of math and other subjects. Your knowledge of these subjects will be tested by answering questions about an example of a profession that regularly uses trigonometry and geometry, the application of math in cooking and the ratio seen in things that we think of as aesthetically pleasing.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Using this short quiz is sure to check your understanding of:

  • Which mathematical study deals with rates of change, including problems of velocity and acceleration
  • An example of a profession that regularly applies trigonometric and/or geometric principles
  • The ratio that is seen in what we view as aesthetically pleasing
  • How math might be applied in cooking
  • The branch of study that implements math in carrying out analyses typically seen in psychology and sociology studies

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  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on integrating math with other subjects
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the math study that deals with rates of change
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding how math could be applied in cooking and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Review our short lesson called Integrating Math & Other Subjects to learn more about these concepts. After finishing this lesson, you should be ready to answer these quiz questions and do the following:

  • Detail the fields where math is used in real-world problems regularly
  • Explain how math is implemented in the scientific process
  • Identify the field other than physical science where math is necessary