What's the point of Maths?

Every subject has a paticular career path. Maths is an exception which is at the forfront of most things. Anytime you saw data, results, surveys, polls, predictions, forecasts, returns & any others that was maths. 

When your exam results they are sometimes created by combining marks to create a spread of data. Then the grades are given from the percentage levels in the data.

There are many areas that involves Mathematicians

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