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Johannes' field of study was astronomy and mathematics.

Because statistics is included in the study of mathematics.

I do not. Some other people do because they wish to.

She studied mostly mathematics and geometry and was inspired by all mathematicians ..... She studied other subjects as well but often she studied mathematics.

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Yeh we do because Mathematics Is physics Without it You cant have science. And vice versa

The laws of physics depend on mathematics - sometimes very complex mathematics.

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