All types of maths appear in nature; circles that appear in nature gave rise to the number "pi", exponential sequences in nature gave rise to the number 'e', trigonometric functions model curves, probabilities can be calculated for naturally occurring "events", Mandelbrots' sequences model trees, snowflakes etc... Differential equations can be used to model flow rates, cell division (and cancer proliferation), growth etc... When you look for it, maths is pretty much the basis of everything.
Nature doesn't "use" math. Math and science are the descriptions of what Nature does ... naturally.
The type of math that scientists use is algebra and geometry. They also use calculus and statistics in their work.
Anesthesiologists use trigonometry to solve their type of math.
triginometrical units of math and calculometry
They use math to calculate drug dosages according to weight and such.
All engineering specialties use math, in virtually every way imaginable.
stationary. the type of measurement we use
acrhitects use geometry and symmetry
You can use math for Zoology to know how many animals are in each habitat and use math to find out how much food you give the animal.
Any career that is not just tedious repetitive tasks will inevitably require the use of math.
this type of engineer uses nuclear physics math
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You must use geometry.
Mostly just arithmetic.
subtract divide multiply addition
Basic addition and subtraction mostly.
his chakra nature is wind but he can also use nature energy (if you count that as a chakra type) but other than that no