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Not sure what kind of resources would help since there has not been an explicit problem defined.

A degree in physics focuses on the study of matter, energy, and their interactions, while a degree in applied mathematics focuses on the use of mathematical concepts to solve real-world problems.

Yes, a degree in either physics or applied mathematics can open up a wide range of career opportunities in various industries such as research, engineering, finance, and data analysis.

You will develop strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, as well as gain a deep understanding of mathematical and scientific principles and how to apply them in various contexts.

Yes, a degree in either field can provide a solid foundation for pursuing further education in graduate school, whether it be in physics, applied mathematics, or another related field.

Some common career paths for graduates with these degrees include research scientists, data analysts, financial analysts, actuaries, engineers, and teachers. However, the skills and knowledge gained through these programs can be applied to many other industries and job roles as well.

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