## simple tutorial on 'how to use polynomials in the real world'.

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**Offer**the students a simple example with a discussion about two-dimensional construction planning. For example, you could ask the students to create a garden and give them the total amount of available soil and the width of the garden. Then ask them to calculate the garden's length using the polynomial function.2)

**For students**planning to enter the legal or financial planning industry, many of the interest rate formulas are polynomial equations. For example, have a student calculate the value of his college savings account with a deposit amount of $200. Using the standard annual interest calculation of 2,000(1+r)^3, have the student calculate what value the account will have in three years.3)

**Introduce**the students to the complexities of architecture and how polynomials are applied in that field by showing them a video about how New York's Trump Tower(or any tower really) was created and the application of polynomials with that building in a video clip from Thefutureschannel.com, an educational tools website.4)

**Entice**your students with basic aerospace science through Newtonian physics problems such as the equations for objects in motion, projectiles and even air resistance.