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2011-05-18 00:07:39
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There are many instances: Computer graphics, using quadratic, exponential, and radical graphs to draw curves.

Mechanical engineering, physics requires a solid math understanding.

Computer engineering obviously requires at least basic math skills.

As for technology, computers use binary.


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they relate because thaey all need to be used to do science

Calculaters are technology and they are used for math.

Science is math and math is science

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Science is used to make new technology and technology is used to find new knowledge in science.

• The difference of technology and science is that technology is the product of science. Technology is also the tools used to progress science.

I think you can, because engineering and technology are well- related to math.As for science, it depends on the major you're studying...

Science, Math, Engineering, and Technology is what SMET stands for. It is a education system for Science, Math, Engineering, and Technology. People do study for those specific topics.

When Science is used to find solutions and Technology is used to commercialise then Technology cannot exist without Science

Depending on what science you mean, quite often it HAS TO be used. Some sciences, such as physics or chemistry, are all about applying math.

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Science and technology are related to each other. Mathematics is a science, and the calculator is a technology. A calculator is a machine which helps us to do math easily and faster. This is an example of technology helping science. Science helps technology too. For example, a camera. It is a machine which captures images using the basic concept in physics, lens. This way science and technology maintain an equal balance.

from all of the technology and when there is technology there has to be something in there that has to do with math like multiplication i think.

Science and Technology=Science and technology is a term of art used to encompass the relationship between science and technology. It frequently appears within titles of academic disciplines (science and technology studies) and government offices (Office of Science and Technology).=

Science is nothing without math.. Physics and chemistry are related so far with science.. If there was no math science wouldn't exist, you couldn't calculate the problems in physics and chemistry without mathematics

The technology uses science to solve problems. Without science, no technology is possible. Scientific knowledge helps in making new technologies and advancements. Thus, technology is completely dependent upon science.

Math is a language not a science. Better stated Math is a pure language. In addition, math is used to model a science and eventually draw conclusion from it.

Math is used several different ways in technology. For instance, the Internet is based on a form of math called binary code(this is what all computers work on) Math in technology is used by grocery store owners to see which products are popular and which ones are not.

Math forms the foundation for information technology so there is a huge range of math problems that can be used in it, far too many to list.

He used math and science together, which is known as physics.

If you are writing about taking math and science this year, do not capitalize them.

There have been a great many different symbols in the world that have been used to represent science and technology. Some have used medical tools as symbols of science and technology.

of course science is older.because even in the start,in the days of cavemen,science has already been used. without science,where will technology come from? everything that is a fact is science. there is no technology if there's no science.

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