So what are the math formulas you will encounter most in your biology research? Well, statistics are important to gather information in this field, and certain formulas are vital for many research projects. Physics formulas like F=ma, E=mgh 0.5 mv^2, stress = force/area, and others. These formulas can go a long way to help research! For example, they would be extraordinarily valuable in terms of thinking about how extinct animals lived and move, among many other things. Regression equations such as y=bx^a, and log y=alogx+logb are used to identify trends in data, as well as predict variables! An example of this would be answering biological questions that have to do with finding connections between two species, or two cells, and other variables that would give you information to be used as data.

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