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Asked in Economics
Is geometry and symmetry the only math architects use?
No, architects use more math than geometry and symmetry. THey need to know addition and subtraction when they want to change the dimensions of something. THey need to know scalars so that they can make accurate models. And there is higher math involved in figuring out how much weight a structure can hold. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What kind of careers sound the most interesting to a math student?
math teacher, accountant, several things really. There's careers in welding that involve math. Doctors, business owners, and architects also use math. ...
What calculus do you need to take to become an architect?
there is no type of specific math architects use, all the architect does is just design and adjust.....but geometry math is somewhat used. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Scientific Notation
Do architects use scientific notation?
Yes, architects use scientific notation to do the calculation of the measurement of either very long/short (or both) objects. They use scientific notation to save time, writing out the whole term, such as 14324141240123.... or 50000000... Basic geometry is also applied to their careers since they need to learn how to measure the lengths of the shapes and lines! It's quite interesting that architects use math! ...