How did Albert Einstein use math in his science?
Everything in theoretical physics requires mathematics; you cannot even define your terms without it.
Albert Einstein used math for his world famous equation of E = mc2
the creator of math was Albert Einstein.
i think he did use math alot becuase he was a beast at what he did for us and he was a good man
No. The field of mathematics pre-dates Einstein by at least 2000 years but he did use some very advanced mathematics to develop and quantify his theories.
e=mc^2 is the major one. He made many theories about science that we still use today.
It is not possible for Albert Einstein to use computers because he has short term memory. But he can use computers with programming which makes him remember about his works.
yes, we have to use math for science if we don;t know math we can't do science
Yes, he did.
Not sure about enstein but Albert Einstein did.
Albert Einstein made use of the number called I, the ration of the circumference to the diameter of a circle, in many of his calculations, but he did no create or discover it. The concept of Pi was used by the ancients in their development of geometry. One might say that pi was not created at all, but has always been part of the structure of things, and that it awaited discovery by mathematical explorers.
no it always needs math for science. We use math in science about 75% more than we do our science experiments
Albert Einstein was not an inventor in the idea that he created tangible things for everyday use. Einstein is better known for his theorems that changed the way scientists look at the world to this day.
Einstein estimated that humans use only 2 percent of their brains on average.
Albert Einstein is smarter than stephen as albert didn' have much theories then but stephen got use of the present info to find BLACK HOLE.
Albert Einstein is known as one of the smartest men in all of history. Einstein himself attributed his intellect to his use of imagination and his proclivity for constantly asking questions about the world around him.
Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist and did not conduct experiments like an experimental physicist. His tools were mainly pen, paper, chalk and chalkboard.
Albert einstein was an amazingly intelligent man. Normal human beings use about 10% of there brain "Power" but Albert on the other hand used a lot more than the average human being. It has been scientifically studied and scientist say that Albert used about 20% of his brain "Power". But there is someone who used even more than Albert Einstein.
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Nothing very unusual, just physics worked out with algebra and some calculus. One of the great characteristics of Einstein (and Newton) is that their work was VERY clear. This made it easy to accept. High school students could do the math involved in relativity.
Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist so his work did not require too many tools. Mostly he used a chalk board and chalk or pen and paper.
Albert Einstein's only tools were said to be pencil, paper, chalk and a chalkboard.
they use science, engineering, and math to solve math problems for businesses.
Because a scientist would need both. Plus, you use a lot of math in science, like with a thermometer. Math is a science.
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For his work in theoretical physics, the primary took that Albert Einstein used was his brain. No doubt he also used pen or pencil and paper, and occasionally chalk and a chalk board.
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he used high tecnolegy equipment
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He used math and science together, which is known as physics.
Albert Einstein was not an inventor in the sense that he created tangible things for everyday use. Einstein was a theoretical physicist and is better known for his theories that changed the way scientists look at the world.
Some of the secondary sources that Albert Einstein used works of Hendrik Lorentz. He used this for special relativity. For general relativity, he referred to Mach, Gauss and Riemann works.
Albert Einstein was a very good inventor. He invented many things for the USA to use and for his hometown too. He also helped scientists and invented thing for battles with other countries and this is when he lived in the USA.
Its Albert Einstein as he changed the world in the way we use to see !!
yes, but they weren't used for what we use them today...
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100% hes smarter than me at science and all that. But im better at texting or anything. He wouldnt even know how to use an xbox. Does that mean i used mor brain percentage? No because we all use 100%. Does that make any sense?
Einstein used tools to make his inventions. He probably use an old fashion microscope to study microscopic things but that is all that I know:( Hope it answered your question!
yes they are similar because both math and science use data to solve question or they use data in some investigion in both subjects
They can use math to find fittings for dimensions of a person's body. I don't think they use science very often, however.
Albert Einstein. reason is that if you have a big brain you don't know how to use it all.
Store managers might use math to work out percentages of money made each month,week, etc. I am pretty certain that unless the store has to do with science that a manager wouldn't use science
Well, because to balance a formula in science, you have to use math to figure out the mass and other stuff like that. You wouldn't be able to do science if you didn't have the algebraic equations. Hope that helped!!!!!
idk but sciences say we use 1% of our brains and albert used 10% soo add thst up bro
Albert used E=mc2 ((: And Thats is MOST FAMOUS equation known to man :D Js. Lol
no a cook use neither
Einstein did not "invent" anything, in the sense that he developed a useful object. He was, instead, a theoretical physicist, who developed laws of nature. By statute, these can not be patented for commercial use.
Mathematics is the language of science and engineering. It is almost impossible to study science of any branch without the use and study of math.