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Create your own example of a mathematical phrase you might hear in the real world and provide the translation for it. Be sure to identify what part of the phrase is represented by your variable.
Well, think of money. Decimals. What if you're an accountant and you want to find a percent of a certain amount of money? Like 50 percent of 100 bucks? Easy. 50 bucks. Money is a great analogy in decimals and stuff. I suggest to use it, along with sports and integers. So, an example is like Josh lost 2 yards, and gained 5 yards. You start from o, and then go to negative2. Then, add positive 5, and you get positive 3. SO I like using sports and money as great analogies. Try them out, see how they suit you!
"The more math homework my teacher gives me, the more I hate math." Can be written like "My hatred of math is dependent on how much homework my teacher gives me" or H(m) [hatred of math] = A [amount of homework]
In computer science: \[Ea = \frac{ 1 }{ 1 + 10^{(RB - RA)} / 400 }\] predicts the expected score for Player A. RB, RA, and EA are variables.