My career is in computer science . Mathematics relates to my career because every where you turn it deals with math whether it is discrete mathematics or logic. This mainly goes for the understanding of data structures, probability, and anything else when it comes to calculus. If your career is software engineering or information systems, math plays a major role. It will help us gain a deeper understanding in mathematical foundations of their subject and mathematics of application areas, where computers can solve intractable problems. Mathematics used in computer science helps with methods for computer and information sciences, designing , implementation, and analysis of algorithms and software tools for mathematical computation and reasoning.
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I’m majoring in computer engineering technology, and my career, currently, is mostly involved in computer repair and troubleshooting for the government. This has been my career for several years. Essentially, it’s difficult to describe the immense amount of ways computers and mathematics are linked; a computer could, pithily, be described as an immense mathematical machine and little else. It is, after all, calculating massive amounts of numbers and using that to output information. Alongside this, mathematics is always and likely will always be extremely important to any course of engineering; its important to be aware of mathematics to ensure the veracity of calculations performed for measurements and other practical applications.
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