Q: What career do they have that doesn't have to do with math and science?

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A good career would probably be a Scientist!!

If you are looking at neuroscience as a career, study math and science courses such as chemistry and calculus.

we should study very nicely

There are many different career paths in the field of Physical Science, so you should decide which career path interests you the most and choose a specialty. No matter which specialty that you choose, you should be prepared to take advanced science courses, as well as math and computer science.

Science is math and math is science

If I do not like math, then I do not like science.

It depends on the specific program of study (major) as to the math requirement and not the school itself. Some programs give you a choice between math or science and some do not. However, you should not make a career choice based on whether there is math involved.

Horse Jockeys relate to math and science! Horse Jockeys relate to math and science!

There will always be a need for teachers but there is a greater need for math, science, and bilingual education.

yes, we have to use math for science if we don;t know math we can't do science

Most Science requires some mathematics, but not all math needs science.

Math, math is the back bone to all science, without out math there is no science.

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Math is a type of science.

no it always needs math for science. We use math in science about 75% more than we do our science experiments

math is science and explains science to every detail. math is a branch of science

Not much. In any case, you won't need advanced math (like trigonometry, algebra, calculus, logarithms...) which you only use in science and engineering careers.

A math teacher

When doing math (math is a branch of science).

you can not solve a science equation with out math

math is the language of science... that's what my teacher told me.

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 Just like science a independent variable is math because it tells a size or somewhat so yes it is science

The inverse of 'If I like math then I like science' is 'If I do not like math then I do not like science'.

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