They have to make sure that they are giving the correct amount of medicine to the dog according to its weight. They have to balnce out their checkbook, just like anyone else. If you have kids, you have to work out your finaces for Ballet class and pay for those soccer jerseys. You would have to buy food. Plus, if someone wanted an estimate on how much surgery would cost them, you'd have to be able to add up the expences. ~Minicooper Out!
They use math to figure out how much medications to give an animal.
they use math by counting doses, and they also used fractions, decimals, and basic arithmatic.
Daily. Veterinarians use math to calculate dosages of medicines, proper feeding amounts, determining how much to bill clients, etc.
That depends on whether he retired, or what kind of employment he went into, after his military service.
Veterinary technicians use math to calculate drug dosages and fluid rates on a daily basis.
They use mostly arithmetic in calculating dose of medications and rates of IV fluids.
math plays a role in being a vet because you have to know how much medicine you give the animals by there weight
Veterinary technicians use math on a daily basis for things like calculating drug dosages, fluid rates, constant rate infusions, etc.
you have to do science and math
Math and science.
You use math in your everyday life! You use math when you are paying for something @ the store. You use math in a classroom and you can use your knowledge of math to share with others younger or older than you. That is how you can use math.
Yes. You have to take math classes to be a vet. I would like to be a veterinarian myself, and I will have to take business math and college Algebra. You also have to take biology, physics, chemistry, English, nutrition, and animal science.
In the United States, to apply to vet school you must have completed at least Calculus I (and sometimes Calculus II) in undergraduate college. You also need good math skills to succeed in the various chemistry and physics classes you must take prior to applying to vet school.
Every vet school requires calculus I, some require calculus II.
Chemistry, biology, and Advanced Math
Yes. For example a vet would need to be able to calculate drug dosage based on the weight of the animal.
When a vet is trying to figure out how much antiseptic to give an animal. They have to take the weight from the animal and figure it out. That is just one way.
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To measure how much medicine they get, how many centimeters of line to use for stitches , how big the cut is, and many more! Hope this helps! :)
science yes, if your aren't good at these id recommend learning science, math and spelling too...
To become a vet you have to get good grades in math and science. and when in high school take animal science. Go to college ,become an intern then become a full time vet
you need to accomplish math and science
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they use math by counting.
how do they use math