Q: How does a vet use math in their job?

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

Possibly a hermit or ascetic.

i dont know but zoologists are cool.

They use mostly arithmetic in calculating dose of medications and rates of IV fluids.

If you graduate and get a job that has nothing to do with math, then chances are you will never use it, other than the simple arithmetic of everyday life. However, if you get a job in the sciences, or anything financial in nature, you will be bound to use it everyday. Even more, you will NEED it everyday.

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all of them, every job involves some sort of math, however accountancy and financial jobs tend to use the most amount of math

Yes, every job needs math.

Butchers use math in their job in weighing and dividing slabs of meat. Most of these processes are computerized now.

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

Janitors use simple math such as counting, adding, and subtracting on the job. They might use multiplication or division when counting their inventory, and they may have to use more advanced math such as algebra if they have to mix cleaning chemicals.

Every job uses some form of mathIt really depends on if you're talking about the types of difficulties in math or just not using math. A job at a large corporation will surely use more complicated math than a normal cashier at a store.

A dead corpse perhaps. Math is everywhere- get used to it :)

it use math lol

Almost every job uses some math. The type and amount depend on the job. If you find a job that never uses any math, we suspect that the pay rate for that job and the people hired to do it are both perfectly matched to the total absence of math.

To apply for admission to vet school in the United States you must complete at least Calculus I in undergraduate college; some vet schools require Calculus II.

Possibly a hermit or ascetic.