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Q: How do architects use science and math?
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Do architects use math and measuring?

yes


What types of science do architects use?

They use the art and science of designing buildings.


Can you use math for science?

yes, we have to use math for science if we don;t know math we can't do science


What does architechture have to do with math?

Architects use math in everything from angles to finding the area of a building.


What kind of math does an Architect use?

Architects tend to use all types of math, but one main math used is Geometry. Architects must understand how slopes, intercepts and other terms found in geometry.


How do architects use science?

Buildings are complexes of forces. Architects have to balance these forces in their design and structures.


Does science rarely use math for investigations?

no it always needs math for science. We use math in science about 75% more than we do our science experiments


What profession uses math?

Many professions use math. Doctors, truck drivers, architects, electricians


What do you use math for?

Everyone uses math every day. Architects use math to make sure that their building designs are stable. Teachers use math to count the number of students in the class. Salesmen use math to figure out their profits.


Why do you use math in engineering?

they use science, engineering, and math to solve math problems for businesses.


What types of jobs use math?

There are many such as: maths teachers, accountants, engineers and architects.  


How are math and science related?

Because a scientist would need both. Plus, you use a lot of math in science, like with a thermometer. Math is a science.


Why is geometry important to architects?

Geometry is important to architects since they use it to design buildings or whatever they are working on. They have to take a ton of math classes to do this job.


Do architects use math operations of multiplication and and division in their work?

Yes they use multiplication and division to measure geometry


Why did Sir Isaac Newton use math and science?

He used math and science together, which is known as physics.


What do you use a calculator for in science?

Math stupid


Do zookeepers use math and science?

Yes.


What math problems do architects use?

-9;-1;4;-4 =24 how all that calculate equal 24 why?


Is geometry and symmetry the only math architects use?

No, architects use more math than geometry and symmetry. THey need to know addition and subtraction when they want to change the dimensions of something. THey need to know scalars so that they can make accurate models. And there is higher math involved in figuring out how much weight a structure can hold.


Does a cook use math or science in their jobs?

no a cook use neither


Who usually uses math?

architects, nurses, doctors, math teachers, pharmacists, etc.


How does architect relate to Math?

Architects use math in a number of ways. These include using mathematical proportions when drawingÊdesign plans, as well as troubleshooting structural problems.


How do architect use science in their daily work?

They science when they build big constructions Architects use physics to know if the ground is suitable to build their building on or if the weather there is suitable.


Is science the same as math?

yes they are similar because both math and science use data to solve question or they use data in some investigion in both subjects


Do fashion designers work with math or science?

They can use math to find fittings for dimensions of a person's body. I don't think they use science very often, however.