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Negative numbers are very hard to find in everyday places because how many times a year are you going to run into a store or person or anything like that, that is going to have a bunch of negative numbers. Most of the time negative numbers are usually in math problems that can help you with everyday things. Some of the everyday things that negative numbers can solve for you in science and many of other things.

]]>I would also choose finding the percentage , but when you find the ratio to the problem it tells you a clear answer to the problem you are going to solve. I would also use percentages for when I 'm trying to solve a problem like this but that would be in things like if I were trying to find the amount of pizza I ate with my friends of something like that, but most likely I would just use a ratio to find out what would be better to use in planning purchasing of food for use in a restaurant.

]]>Pi is very long because it is a rational number. Here is an example for you to get an idea how long it is: 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510582097494459230781640628620899 and so on. Some people know only 3.14 and some people know a thousand more after 3.14 but, all I know is that I only know what I have to know and that is 3.14 itself and when it is translated into a fraction(27/3).

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Another thing that actually had happened recently is that well we were learning how to do this problem that you had to well find the answer to a problem that had a bunch of that I couldn't understand. But mainly I'm just saying when you need to learn something new you have to work at it until you know it.

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