Math is applied everyday, in everything that we do.
You don't have to be an engineer or a scientist, or a mathematican for that matter, to use math.
Let's say you want to be a Librarian when you're older, you will count books, receipts, money you receive or exchange and in many other ways.
Or you can be a History teacher, in which math will still be a concept you have to be somewhat familiar with. Let's say George Washington was born in 1732 (which he was) and he died in 1799 (which he did), then how old was he when he died? The answer would be 67.
Sure, these future professions don't involve Calculus or Trig, but they still involve the basic concepts of math.
yes you can be in applied math
It is applied math. Math is the purest form there is. psychology is applied biology, which is applied chemistry, which is applied physics, which is applied math, which is pure PURE
Depends on how well in math you are. Engineers typically do a lot more math. In school they normally go to calculus. As far as jobs- Engineers design and applied electronics fix.
It depends on what you want from it.
Acountants use math all the time.
uhh..how bout a math teacher lol i hate math but still lol you can be a math teacher
academic math is more harder than applied or regular math.
A bank teller applies math in the performance of their job, they do not concern themselves with pure math; therefore a bank teller's job would fall under a classification of using applied math.
antiparallel to the applied field.