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It depends on the type of science. Many sciences require intimate knowledge of math anyway, so I suppose math. In studying math you are not only studying that subject, but are also studying the backbone of many sciences at the same time.
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Math. Solutions are less open ended.

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OT: math, even though i'm terrible at it.
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Science, not a fan of math. However they're both important.
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Science because it's closer to getting shit done

I love math, and math is required for science to work, but science is where we actually make and build things.
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Math.
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I suck at math but I'd go with math.
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I can't speak for science in general, but all of physics is translating the universe into manageable pieces we can understand and then translating those pieces back into universe. Math is just what those "manageable pieces" turn out to be. So many mathematical concepts arose from trying to solve physics problems (calculus of variations and Fourier series are two examples), and nowadays we have physicists discovering phenomena that happen to be described by weird math someone figured out a while ago. The only difference is that math cares about making structures for their own sake, while physics cares about the structures that comprise the universe.
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Is math related to science?
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Assuming stopping with BS, then math.
If going graduate school, then tilts to science
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namealreadytaken wrote:


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What's funny is sciences arose from natural philosophy. But, yet to have seen any honorable mention anywhere.
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Math is the language of douchebags.

Science is cool with me.
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science uses maths to describe phenomenon. Studying science (rigorously) means you will study math, but not pure math.
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Hard to science w/o math.
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Sassyuke wrote:

Which is a better subject to study? Math or Science? Why?


I'm an Electrical Engineer/ Chemist. Math and science go hand in hand, yin and yang, husband and wife, black and white, Kurosaki and Eizen
B a m!! math is the stake, science the hammer, the unknown a vampire on my soul.
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