they use al kinds of math.
It depends on what kind of airplane pilot we are talking about - most general aviation pilots use simple math to calculate weight and balance (multiplication and division), time and distance calculations, time zones (addition and subtraction) etc. To be a professional airline pilot, most pilots are required to learn lower division calculus but will probably never use that information in the air, particularly with all the new computer technology. -- I have a private pilots license and am working on my instrument rating and attend an aviation college.
plumberes use measurement
They use Algebra and Geometry.
Pilots use maths in the following ways:- 1 To note the altitude of the chopper.2 To note the speed of the chopper.3 To calculate the speed of the upcoming storm.4 During Landing
measuring fabric and such?
Helicopter pilots use maths in the following ways:- 1 To note the altitude of the chopper. 2 To note the speed of the chopper. 3 To calculate the speed of the upcoming storm. 4 During Landing
Airplane pilots use neither topographical or geological. The map they use gives airways, VORs, crossing points, and identifiers for airports, etc.
You'd really have to specify what kind of Pilot we're talking about. Most pilots use basic mathematics to chart their flights, including fuel usage, tonnage and PAX weight.
Surgeons use math to get the beat of your Heart and any kind of gut like the Brain