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Question by Kellie
Submitted on 10/13/2003
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How is Law and Mathematics related?



Answer by adrian
Submitted on 6/30/2005
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this is a material related to math because it is

 

Answer by me
Submitted on 11/30/2005
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Law and mathmatics are closely entiwined, they both use logic. Also if lawyers are writing breifs they write it like geometric proof. There are many cases they take on that involve math, such as taxing, suing, percents, interests and other money situations.

 

Answer by Judge
Submitted on 7/12/2006
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it isn't!!!!!!!!! So get over it!!!!!

 

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