Q: Is math a profession

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Possibly a hermit or ascetic.

Fashion designers need to measure the fabric they use. They use fractions and decimals to figure how much they need.

Engineering is generally a problem solving profession with math skills. To become a professional engineer, though, the advancement in the field may require writing skills.

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An architect uses math to figure how much room he has to build in and the exact size of almost everything they build. Architectural work has to be very precise and math is the only way to do that.While the above is true, an architect also needs to understand the properties of the materials that he/she is using. How strong IS that beam? What forces will be on it when he cantilevers a portion of a building, and how will he use the materials to meet the customers needs?An architect is both a designer AND an engineer; both an artist and a technician. When spanning a distance it is essential that one know how to calculate the loads, torque and sheer forces. Math is integral to that process. "pardon the pun"

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It depends what profession you are studying

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Someone who is good with math and numbers would choose accounting as a profession

Possibly a hermit or ascetic.

By far the Greatest use of math in the medical profession is used in "Accounts Receivable"

Yes it is.

He was good at math which suited his chosen profession of surveying.

That depends on his profession alone, mathematics is used in any field

Albert Einstein was known for his profession as a theoretical physicist. He is best known for developing the theory of relativity, which revolutionized our understanding of space, time, and gravity.

Math is something that is needed in daily life. We start at the preschool level so children will be prepared for kindergarten and math skills are built upon and increased every year after that. In high school and post high school, math that is learned is usually chosen according to the profession the individual wants to pursue.

Fashion designers need to measure the fabric they use. They use fractions and decimals to figure how much they need.