## POLYNOMIALS USE IN PHYSICS AND MODELING

Polynomials can also be used to model different situations, like in the stock market to see how prices will vary over time. Business people also use polynomials to model markets, as in to see how raising the price of a good will affect its sales. Additionally, polynomials are used in physics to describe the trajectory of projectiles. Polynomial integrals (the sums of many polynomials) can be used to express energy, inertia and voltage difference, to name a few applications.

Physics and engineering are fundamentally studies in proportionality. If a stress is increased, how much does the beam deflect? If a trajectory is fired at a certain angle, how far away will it land? Well-known examples from physics include F=ma (from Newton's laws of motion), E=mc^2 and F---r^2=Gm1---m2 (from Newton's law of gravitation, though usually the r^2 is written in the denominator).

Physics and engineering are fundamentally studies in proportionality. If a stress is increased, how much does the beam deflect? If a trajectory is fired at a certain angle, how far away will it land? Well-known examples from physics include F=ma (from Newton's laws of motion), E=mc^2 and F---r^2=Gm1---m2 (from Newton's law of gravitation, though usually the r^2 is written in the denominator).