Mathematical Studies
Pure Mathematics focuses on the reasons why mathematical processes work, leading to a better understanding of how to recognise the circumstances where they don't work, what to do instead in those situations and how to evolve new techniques and results.
Applied Mathematics studies the mathematical modelling of reallife problems from areas such as finance, biology, medicine and physics.
Statistics is the science of data and is concerned with drawing sound inferences from a limited amount of data.
Operational Research deals with the applications of mathematics to problems in the organisation and management of industry and commerce.
Theoretical Physics is the formulation and mathematical development of fundamental physical theories, such as mechanics, relativity, cosmology and thermodynamics.
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