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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.

It is important for all engineers to have at least a basic understanding of math. Most very specialized engineers need to have a very good understanding of math in order to do their jobs well and safely.

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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.

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Certain engineers do nothing else.

It is important for all engineers to have at least a basic understanding of math. Most very specialized engineers need to have a very good understanding of math in order to do their jobs well and safely.

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".)

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Engineers have mastered areas involving physics, chemistry, aerodynamics, materials science, and electricity just to name a few of their areas of expertise. More often then not, they provide technical reports to senior engineers within a company or to technical people who work in the US Patent Office and to engineers in other companies. Eventually these reports are broken down to simple language for company managers not familiar with high technical writing.

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

As per the last details (2006-07) from the formal technical education board of India, there were 580,000 engineers passing out from 1500 technical colleges of India. And of those ~30% are computer science engineers.

There is absolutely no math in softball unless you want to be technical about it.

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