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You will always need math in your life. You will need it when you count money, or when you're trying to figure out how many pairs of pants you have and how many you can buy. You need math when you're counting your kids, or trying to count your kids. You need math just every day and if you didn't learn it, than you wouldn't be able to do many of the things associated with a "normal" lifestyle. Mathematics is vital for economics and finance because it allows the formation, interpretation, and use of models, using mathematical tools that can represent parts of the economy and how they interact. By creating these models, we can better understand economics and apply solutions to increase efficiency and make better outcomes. Mathematics is more fundamental now in this field than it has ever been and much of advanced economics deals primarily in advanced applied mathematics and statistics. Mathematics is a very useful subject. Mathematicians can calculate all sorts of things including the probability that a particular event will occur and they can analyses the paths of moving objects to determine whether or not they will cross. Math’s involves mechanics, statistics, applied maths and pure maths. There are millions of things we can do with maths and is a very good subject to study. However, it is famous for being very difficult and requires a good sense of logic and reasoning. Math. It helps you in many ways! Let’s say you’re buying something. You have to know how much to pay either with cash or credit card! What if you never know how much is the TOTAL amount of money in your account and you use your credit card and spent like a million dollars. Not very smart. When you buy a car, follow a recipe, or decorate your home, you're using math principles. People have been using these same principles for thousands of years, across countries and continents. Whether you're sailing a boat off the coast of Japan or building a house in Peru, you're using math to get things done....
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