If you're making lots of clothes, you'll want to be able to find ways
to lay patterns out efficiently - that will require geometry, probably
algebra, and maybe even calculus.
If you want to set up a manufacturing process, you would probably want
to be familiar with control theory, and perhaps calculus.
If you're really trying to be creative, topology might be useful in
helping you think up new ways to get clothes onto and off of bodies.
(For example, pants normally have three 'holes' in them - one for the
waist, and one for each leg. But diapers have _no_ holes in them - you
wrap them around the baby and fasten them. It might be interesting to
take a few minutes to think about why they are designed that way.)
If you want to design cloth patterns, it would be useful to study
tessellation's, and perhaps abstract algebra.
that fashion design takes a lot of work and takes to much work it's takes a lot of math work
Math and fashion design relate because in fashion design you make measure ments and that relates to math.
It is (or should be) used to ensure that the numbers are called out in as close to a random fashion as possible.
You need math to measure sizes and cut patterns.
a lot of math
3 areas of physics that utilize math
Type in old fashion games
What are the advantages for being a fashion designer?
In excel or similar programs, it is used to graph/display data in a rectangular fashion.
Math relates to fashion designing in many ways. The ability to make accurate measurements is a skill that a fashion designer must have. They must also be able to manage a budget, which involves many math skills.
for fashion show models.. they use math for counting their money..
Mainly basic math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) but this is used at a wide range of levels.
Addition AND measurement.
the same type of math any other doctor uses. obtetometry is a field you can spcialize in so its not any different.
Most Criminal Justice programs require statistics and I believe this is also the math used in research in the subject.
statistics ! A+..
its because of algebras