For many years, math and physics were taught under the wider discipline of “natural philosophy”. Math and physics are indeed closely connected fields. One distinction however, is that to physicists math is used as a tool to find the answer to other questions. Take Isaac Newton, for instance: he developed calculus to describe motion.[1] On the flip side, math takes from physics as well; the theory of general relativity and quantum theory give math academics materials for developing additional tools to create solutions.

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