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Masters in Applied Mathematics

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Applied mathematics deals with a wide range of disciplines in different areas, as science, technology, business and industry. Applied mathematics aims to solve practical problems using mathematical methods and models, such as materials analysis and processing, weather forecasting, financial services, network management and many more tasks. Applied mathematics can include mathematical disciplines such as mathematics of engineering, linear programming, continuous modeling, numerical analysis, statistics, information theory, game theory, etc.

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