I don’t really work with equations in my job. The closest I get to that is working with statistics. So lets say I want to see whether a particular fish is found more often in a river than another species – I need to look at the data and work out whether the difference in numbers is significant (i.e. are we certain it’s an important difference). This can be quite tricky sometimes.

I’ve worked with lots of equations where it’s been proven they can’t be solved. Instead we look at using methods to find the closest thing to a solution.

Shroedingers, which is hard to understand, followed by Bernouli which is easy to understand but hard to make work accurately.
After that , shopping it easy

Much of what I do relies upon using large computers to solve equations numerically, because we can’t actually solve them directly. And some of those equations can be super complex!

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