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what career(s) in science has the least studies of math, physics, chemistry of all?

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I like science but I suck at math and deslike it, yet im interested in science and I would like to study a science career at college and im aware that theres always math involved, and many have lots of math , yet there must be a few science careers that have very little math, chemistry, or physics involved in their studies, or at least which would be the science careers that have less of all.
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Go into some kind of biology major like zoology, at most I think they would have a little bit of chemistry.
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