Hello. Next fall I shall be applying to graduate programs in the fall. I will be graduating with undergrad degrees in both physics and math. This has made it difficult for me to figure out where to go from here. I am hoping to get some insight of what research fields would be a good fit for me. My attraction to physics is I love learning more about the fundamental nature of our world and learning about how things work. My attraction to math is I love solving problems in the structure of rigorous math. I see it as a powerful tool because it often produces general case answers that speak more about the fundamental nature of things rather than specific cases. My favorite courses have been quantum mechanics and real analysis. I'm not sure if mathematical theoretical physics or something like applied math. I'd love to hear your input.