## What is another word for applied mathematics?

Pronunciation: [ɐplˈa͡ɪd mˌaθɪmˈatɪks] (IPA)

Applied mathematics is a domain where mathematical theories are used to solve practical problems. It involves the application of mathematical concepts, models, and techniques to real-world scenarios. Synonyms for applied mathematics include mathematical engineering, computational mathematics, industrial mathematics, and quantitative science. Mathematical engineering involves the use of mathematical concepts in engineering applications, while computational mathematics focuses on the development of algorithms and software to solve mathematical problems. Industrial mathematics involves the use of mathematics to solve problems in industry, while quantitative science involves the application of mathematical methods in science and research. Other synonyms include mathematical modeling, mathematical analysis, mathematical optimization, and mathematical simulation. Overall, applied mathematics is a diverse and expanding field that makes extensive use of mathematics to solve real-world problems.

# Synonyms for Applied mathematics:

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## What are the hypernyms for Applied mathematics?

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## Famous quotes with Applied mathematics

• Programming is one of the most difficult branches of applied mathematics; the poorer mathematicians had better remain pure mathematicians.
Edsger Dijkstra
• I was fortunate to find an extraordinary mathematics and applied mathematics program in Toronto.
Walter Kohn
• The only generally agreed upon definition of mathematics is "Mathematics is what mathematician's do."â€¦ In the face of this difficulty [of defining "computer science"] many people, including myself at times, feel that we should ignore the discussion and get on with it. But as George Forsythe points out so well in a recent article*, it matter what people in Washington D.C. think computer science is. According to him, they tend to feel that it is a part of applied mathematics and therefore turn to the mathematicians for advice in the granting of funds. And it is not greatly different elsewhere; in both industry and the universities you can often still see traces of where computing first started, whether in electrical engineering, physics, mathematics, or even business. Evidently the picture which people have of a subject can significantly affect its subsequent development. Therefore, although we cannot hope to settle the question definitively, we need frequently to examine and to air our views on what our subject is and should become.
George Forsythe

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