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Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!

Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!

Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!

Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!

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

Mathematics is the language of engineering. It is impossible to study engineering of any discipline without the use and study of math.

Mathematics is the language of engineering. It is impossible to study engineering of any discipline without the use and study of math.

It would be advisable to avoid computer engineering/science for people who really hate math. The education required for computer engineering requires a lot of high level math, and chances are that a lot of sophisticated math skills are required for use on a daily basis even after getting a job in the field.

I don't think that's true. If you are good at math, and you find an engineering job that will give you problems to figure out that require math, then you should do fine at it. :)

Any job of the "engineering" type will require you to do some advanced math; that would involve manipulating polynomials.

Engineering, construction, etc.

No job does not use math! Math is one of those things that is everywhere. Kind of depressing. *sigh* On the bright side, some jobs use less math than others! :) Although I think of writing as a job without math :)

A math teacher

All engineering specialties use math, in virtually every way imaginable.

Engineering (especially electrical engineering), Math, Physics mainly.

dentist use math to determine the position of a tooth.

all of them, every job involves some sort of math, however accountancy and financial jobs tend to use the most amount of math

Yes, every job needs math.

Every job uses some form of mathIt really depends on if you're talking about the types of difficulties in math or just not using math. A job at a large corporation will surely use more complicated math than a normal cashier at a store.

Butchers use math in their job in weighing and dividing slabs of meat. Most of these processes are computerized now.

you use math almost everyday any job you do you use math.

They all use math because mathis in our everyday lives and in engineering programs you need to calculate different equations

In engineering, Architecture, or CD composer, and finally the main one math teacher.

Janitors use simple math such as counting, adding, and subtracting on the job. They might use multiplication or division when counting their inventory, and they may have to use more advanced math such as algebra if they have to mix cleaning chemicals.

Structural engineering uses a tremendous amount of math.

Everything. If you study mech engineering you will take two years of calculus and calculus based physics before you can get accepted into the engineering college at your university. After you get into the college you will use your math skills in almost every course you take, and you will take even more math.

Possibly. You also have to be good at and enjoy engineering concepts which do involve math.

A dead corpse perhaps. Math is everywhere- get used to it :)

it use math lol