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Answers:3D geometry explains different object with three-dimensional shapes, that cannot be sketched on papers. Spheres, Cones are the example of 3D. A ball is used in daily life. Motor car tyres are cylindrical and are also in daily use. You look at your TV which is a 3D object of daily use. A die is in the shape of a cube. A portable DVD player is in the shape of a rectangular prism.
Answers:pretty much everything you can think of in life relates to chemistry. think about the clothes you wear, the food you eat, the car you drive, the books you read, the medicines you take, your computer, the weather... everything in this universe is made up of atoms, atoms are made up of protons, neutrons, and electrons. the reactions that take place in your body both to keep you alive (mitosis has chemical processes) as well as sustain you (digestion is all about breaking complex molecules into smaller molecules which can be absobed... all by chemical processes) are all at the most basic level chemistry.
Answers:You can not image any thing without use of chemistry.Say for medicines, petrochemicals and fertilisers ( Made up of crude oil and natural gas or any other C-H compound), Inorganic Chemistry is used for metals and its derivatives a long list of such items.Organic Chemistry just we cannot image. and the derivatives from this like soap, cosmetics,medicines,furniture, switchs,power, cells, circuits,cables,insulation,pipes, -------
Answers:I was a chemistry major for two years in college, now a much happier geology major. Advantages - We have been able to synthesize new materials that make our lives much, much easier. Take polyethelene, for example, you can wear it, you can make it into machine parts, or tools, or you can use it hold last nights leftovers! Chemistry has allowed us to synthesize new medications that change lives (aspirin and birth control, anyone?) They allow us to create new ceramics that absorb heat in a way that allows them to withstand high temperatures and still not burn our hands when we touch them (ps, they're on the space shuttle!) They allow us to understand what makes up our food, our bodies, and our surroundings. We are learning to understand how our world works at the molecular level with chemistry. It's a very cool thing. Disadvantages- While scientists' aim to improve the quality of life for humans, plants, animals, and to save the the environment, sometimes these are interpreted as quick fixes to real issues in society and our world. Any introduction or removal of a chemical in an environment can change the way a system works. (be it social, human, animal, or earth-wide) Repeated experiments on manufacture, testing, use, and long term effects of chemicals are essential to our survival. Look what happened with DDT, CFCs, hormone replacement therapy, and the Bhopal Disaster. While we learned a lot, there was a tremendous cost to the environment and/or humanity. We need to understand what we are really doing with our technology before we implement it. There is no such thing as a magic pill to save us all, unfortunately. So the science of chemistry is good, but what we do with it can harm or help us.