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Well there are many jobs for a mathematician. He can teaches. open a tuition center. Works for an IT company . Can make a website where he can teach and earn a lot too. It's a game of mind !!

Almost every job example doctors lawers

Jobs excluding math are jobs excluding human beings

Math is the base for all science and engineer majors. You can find many engineering jobs that require math skills.

Actuaries, Accountants, Financial Consultants, Financial Planners, and Meteorologists are all examples of the many professions that involve math.

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how do they use math

Rocks are related to math because of geology and in geology you use math.

It is math related because the eclipse is science and the days are math because you have to count the days and math.

Pretty much everything in baseball is math related. Stats are nothing but math.

No he sucked badly at math!

The patterns they dance is related to math. How their body moves are related to math. How the brain signals our body to move is related to math. and... there are much more..

elevators are related to math because elevators have numbers on them

Math is related to numbers and money is counted in numbers.

Population is related to math because it uses percentage

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it is related because a snowflake is a symmetrical shape

yes, without math you wouldn't get a job cuz all jobs requier math

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My math teacher said that there is a job that does not invole math.

All math is related. In first grade you learn extremely simple math such as subtraction, addition, division and multiplication and in seventh grade you learn more complicated math, such as algebra or trigonometry. Math just gets more and more complicated the higher your grade level but it is still all related to math.

Not many jobs don't involve math. Most jobs require you to know basic math skills, such as arithmetic and perhaps some basic algebra and geometry. If you want to become an engineer or scientist or something, you will probably need much more math knowledge than that. I assume that most writing jobs don't require math skills (author, blahblahblah).

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