The first nonzero digit in a number is the number whose product is one. THINK ABOUT IT! resources:my brain, my notes, my math book DONT RELY ON THE COMPUTER WHO KNOWS IT MAY BE WRONG.
Most states rely heavily on local property taxes.
It can be. It can rely on logic, and logic is related to math. In making arguments, they can use a lot of mathematical elements, like establishing numbers to prove the argument they are making.
This all depends on the colleges that offer these majors. Some types of math majors I know are:Applied Math - take math courses that have some applications to real life.Pure Math Majors - take math courses, in which the content doesn't rely a lot of on the application of math. Instead, students study the aspects of how math is created.(In some universities) Education Math Majors - usually take some math courses and some physics and computer science courses. They need to take some education courses, based on their goals.
usinesses rely heavily on statistics to determine consumer trends and calculate important economic data. The data that is collected and the information derived from that data is useful in planning...
Because math and science are two different entities altogether, although math is the language of sciences like physics, chemistry(except for organic) and engineering, there are sciences that don't use a ton of math(computer science for example, there were so many programming courses that don't rely heavily on math, and the only programming courses that do depend on math are game programming courses and algorithms). Biology is another example of a science that doesn't really depend on math
No, because the accuracy of measurements in considerably lesser in the social sciences. In fact they rely heavily on statistical truths rather than direct measurements.
they relied heavily on shipping.
They are not extensively industrialized. Their economies rely heavily on exports.
They rely on Natural Resourses