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  1. There were a dozen similar questions here, which can be summarized as follows::

    Mathematics trains the brain, hypothetically forming a different format of thinking. As a universal language for everything, it helps you draw logical conclusions, make decisions, and optimize your actions.

    I don't think you remember the first time you threw a ball as a child by simply pushing it forward with force, but only through trial and error did you learn to throw it along a parabola by applying force to a certain point. Now (hopefully) you can just throw any object at about the target without thinking about how it works. It is with this process that mathematics essentially helps, laying down and improving logic, analysis, etc …

    But if superficially through mathematics: you can compare the objects, while at distances from each other; you can determine which side of the light source looking at the reflection of the glow; do you understand the difference between the General and the particular case; do you believe horoscopes more than a forecast 2 weeks in advance; you do not pee against the wind; …

  2. For many everyday tasks. For example, calculate the area of an apartment in order to purchase materials. Or for training in accounting, which is much more profitable to do yourself if the business has just opened.

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