Q: Do scientists and engineers use math everyday or not?

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Building engineers use math to help them figure out how big or how small to make the house or whatever they are building.

All the natural sciences. Engineers have their own notation. Mathematicians like exact values, or decimals. Social scientists are afraid of math!

We use 99.9 percent of math in our everyday life.

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you use math almost everyday any job you do you use math.

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Engineers, Physicists, and literally Rocket Scientists. Oh, and of course Math Teachers. Hahah.

Engineering is basically applied science, and many scientific areas require math. (You might also say, "by definition": if an area of work doesn't include lots of science and math, then it wouldn't be called "Engineering".)

Building engineers use math to help them figure out how big or how small to make the house or whatever they are building.

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All the natural sciences. Engineers have their own notation. Mathematicians like exact values, or decimals. Social scientists are afraid of math!

What do you mean by everyday math? Everyday Math is the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project, a curriculem that many schools across America use. for more information, look it up! or do you mean everyday math as in the math we use everyday such as things like telling Tim (it is math by the way!) or handling money and finding percents for a sale price?! and multipulcation

Just about everything an engineer in any field does will involve math.

most scientists and engineers use the metric system to collect data and preform experiments.

All engineering specialties use math, in virtually every way imaginable.

We use 99.9 percent of math in our everyday life.

Nuclear Physics!

yes.