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Why is math so important in Radiography?

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Asked by k2knott Saturday Jan 30th 2010 in Career Planning
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Radiology is based on a number of physic related principles, but it isn't the type of physics that works with a huge number of formulas or math problems. It is radiation physics, and helps people to learn how Electromagnetic Energy (radiation) interacts with atoms and cells in the body.

Which is why there is a basic level of math that is required for working in radiology, but nothing that is to difficult.

The math that is required in radiology can be done on a basic four-function calculator, or even by hand, and is a very important part of learning and working with radiological sciences.

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