## Real-Life Application of Mathematics

In robotic systems, matrices are used to control the movement of robots. Data structures and databases make use of this concept for an organised algorithm.

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In robotic systems, matrices are used to control the movement of robots. Data structures and databases make use of this concept for an organised algorithm.

This phenomenon, as observed in word frequencies, is known as Zipf’s law. Interestingly, though, the same phenomenon has also been observed in many other areas.

Derivatives have revolutionized modern applications in various ways. Here are some real life examples of application of derivatives.

The Sydney Opera House is a very unusual design based on slices out of a ball. Many differential equations (one type of integration) were solved in the design of this building.

For instance, studying exponential growth and decay (the rate at which things grow and die) within the context of population growth, the spread of disease, or water contamination, is meaningful.

As a modern example, astronauts use maths to direct a space shuttle that moves at a speed of 17,500 miles per hour to space station for a rendezvous.

Derivatives provide three important economic functions: (1) risk management, (2) price discovery, and (3) transactional efficiency. The primary purpose of risk management is to protect existing profits, not to create new profits.