How Do Architects Use Geometry?
Architects use geometry to help them design buildings and structures. Mathematics can help architects express design images and to analyze as well as calculate possible structural problems.
The shapes and sizes used in the architect's design are often possible due to mathematical principles. An example of this would be the Pythagorean Theorem. Architects are required to know college level algebra, trigonometry, probability and statistics, linear programming, calculus I and calculus II. They are also required to obtain a professional degree, gather work experience in an internship setting and pass the Architect registration exam for licensing purposes.
Architects make a salary that ranges from $44,600 per year to $118,230 per year. Most architects work in architectural firms with less than five workers per firm. They also tend to find jobs where they be self-employed or work for smaller companies that handle residential building construction or government agency construction for community planning and government buildings.
Architects work to create a functional, safe and aesthetically pleasing design for their clients. They also work closely with contractors to ensure that their design is followed according to plan. They can also choose to specialize in particular kinds of buildings or aesthetic design styles. The job rate growth for architects is optimistic.