I think that there are many cases when a physicist or a computer scientist works, as needed, with a mathematician. Even Einstein, who was excellent in mathematics, got help occasionally from mathematicians. But I think that it is important to have a "working knowledge" of a lot of mathematics, even if one does not have complete rigorous, formal knowledge. That would certainly open a lot of doors to one that are otherwise closed.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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