Depends on the field... Computer Engineers use math to efficiently write programs. Mechanical engineers use math in thermodynamics. Civil engineers don't use math.
Besides basic arithmetic, engineers commonly use a type of math called calculus. They also will use geometry, depending on what field of engineering they are involved with.
everyday they use math
Building engineers use math to help them figure out how big or how small to make the house or whatever they are building.
Just about everything an engineer in any field does will involve math.
Engineers, Physicists, and literally Rocket Scientists. Oh, and of course Math Teachers. Hahah.
There are many such as: maths teachers, accountants, engineers and architects.
Engineers use APA style format when citing their research.
engineers need math because they need to use angles and measurements accurately to construct a stable object you need to be incredibly accurate or your project could tumble down