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I want to take computer science at university, and my subject choices at a level are maths, computer science and economics. i had no problem connecting maths and computer science, however linking economics and computer science seems a little bit harder. there doesn't seem any clear link to how i can say economics helps computer science, it seems to me computer science can help economics but not vice versa, and i think the wording would be a little bit weird.
i'm trying to think of skills i've learnt can be applied or something, or as a last resort i'm thinking how i can say computers have helped economics as they can crunch numbers in real time and they help trading and stuff (worded better of course).
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You don't need to link economics to computer science just focus on the other subjects.
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