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Joyful_soul
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Can you please provide examples?

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All types of engineer use maths, science and ethics to solve/find the best solutions to complex problems in the world today. E.g. a chemical engineer developing a new plastic bag that uses the least amount of oil possible but is still functional
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Anything involving Law. Law itself is incredibly complex, with complex problems to follow.

Eg. Whether or not one can charge someone for the vehicular access rights to their property over common land or manorial waste. And what would the going rate be, if it were indeed possible?
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All types of engineer use maths, science and ethics to solve/find the best solutions to complex problems in the world today. E.g. a chemical engineer developing a new plastic bag that uses the least amount of oil possible but is still functional
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Anything involving Law. Law itself is incredibly complex, with complex problems to follow.

Eg. Whether or not one can charge someone for the vehicular access rights to their property over common land or manorial waste. And what would the going rate be, if it were indeed possible?
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Out of interest why did you want to know?
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Out of interest why did you want to know?

I've done the National Careers Advice Skills Health Check and it suggested a career where I should solve 'complex problems'.
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I've done the National Careers Advice Skills Health Check and it suggested a career where I should solve 'complex problems'.
Theoretical Physics
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Theoretical Physics
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Should you clean the toilet, or the sink????

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