Applied Mathematics is a branch of mathematics that deals with the application of mathematical theories, methods, and techniques to solve real-world problems in various fields, such as science, engineering, finance, and technology.

Unlike pure mathematics, which focuses on abstract mathematical theories, applied mathematics takes mathematical concepts and theories and applies them to practical situations.

This interdisciplinary field uses mathematical models and simulations to analyze and understand complex systems, to predict and control real-world phenomena, and to make informed decisions.

Some examples of areas in which applied mathematics is used include fluid mechanics, optimization, image processing, epidemiology, and economics.