# How do carpenters use math?

Carpenters uses math through measuring woods and other stuff. they ussually uses it on building a house, buildings etc.

### How do carpenters use math in a job?

Carpenters use math to accurately measure materials, joints, and angles. Also, making cutting lists and drawings to determine the most economical use of their materials. Calculation of the paycheck doesn't mean that they don't trust their employer, it is just a good habit, regardless of means of employment. Just finding the job site may require reading a map, and that may mean calculating distances.

### How many years of education you need to be a carpenter?

The New England Regional Council of Carpenters, which is the carpenters union in the north east, requires a high school diploma or a GED equivalent for acceptance into their 4 year apprenticeship program. You know all that stuff they tried to teach you in math class that you thought you never use? Think again.

### What professions use math?

Math teachers, science teachers, accountants, physicists, chemists, pharmacists, engineers, financial analysts, bank tellers, doctors, nurses, architects, statisticians, biologists, interior designers, economists, meterologists, plumbers, electricians, carpenters, jobs in the military, astronauts, chefs, ...and so on Feel free to add to the list.

### How does engineering use math as a job?

Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job! Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job! Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job! Math (or maths) is not a job and so engineering does not use math as a job!

### How will math help you?

This depends on the level of math that you are asking about. Some uses of math: If you want to see if you are getting the correct change at the store. If you want to create a budget to see what you can afford. Many jobs require a working knowledge of various levels of math: accountants, carpenters, chemists, electricians, engineers, pharmacists, ... too many to list here.