Individuals who choose careers in science apply essential mathematics and science concepts in a real world context. Biological scientists study how living things work, how they interact with one another, and how they evolve. Physical scientists study, observe, and measure nonliving objects. Social scientists study social systems, social institutions, and social behavior by applying their knowledge of social theory and research methods, social organization, structure, and hierarchies, dynamics of social change, and family structures.
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