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In lots of ways!

Math can be used to describe physical things, like how a ball moves through the air, how likely a ligand is to activate a receptor and how likely reactions between two chemicals are. These can be described using equations, and then these equations can be used to extrapolate the results of some actions under different conditions.

Maths is also very important in interpreting results. Statistics are used to determine how much of an effect something has. For instance, huntingtin's disease is heritable and 100% genetic, so its easy to understand and predict. HOWEVER diseases like arthiritis and coeliac disease have lower twins concordance and so can be judged to be partially genetic but must have an environmental factor.

So yes, maths is essential for Physics, Chemistry and Biology in many ways!

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You can't go very far in science without math. So at some stage in a course of study in science, it will become compulsory to enroll in a math program, or at least to demonstrate proficiency in the math that the science at that level requires.

Math, math is the back bone to all science, without out math there is no science.

Alchemy isn't math. Alchemy is the science of putting two chemicals/objects together to create a whole new chemical or object.

math is science and explains science to every detail. math is a branch of science

The inverse of 'If I like math then I like science' is 'If I do not like math then I do not like science'.

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to measure how far it got or how high also it helps with averages MATH AND SCIENCE GO TOGETHER!

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Because they need both to operate.

Science is also tied into math. Math has alot to do with the structure and building of the bridge. So just say that it all ties together!

well, in history you learn about how historeins learned science. some times science go into math, and math goes into science.

You can learn a lot about science without a lot of math, but depending on how far you want to go, math will be unavoidable.

Although there are definitely many who enjoy a combination of the four (perhaps they like math and history but despise English and science), math and science generally go together just as English and history do. Math and science are both research based fields that require in-depth studying and a heavy use of problem-solving. English and history, on the other hand, are more on-the-surface subjects that require less in-depth studying.

You can't go very far in science without math. So at some stage in a course of study in science, it will become compulsory to enroll in a math program, or at least to demonstrate proficiency in the math that the science at that level requires.

If I do not like math, then I do not like science.

Science is math and math is science

Horse Jockeys relate to math and science! Horse Jockeys relate to math and science!

Historically, women have not been encouraged to go into math and science fields, and have even been discouraged from going into math and science fields. Madame Marie Curie, who was the first person to win two Nobel Prizes, was not permitted to enter the university in her native Poland and had to go to France in order to go to university.