My question revolves around the fact that math seems to be the only constant in the whole universe- the laws governing of each planet may differ in strength and the forces that go into making the slightest carbon atom may vary as well. Since math seems to be the only constant in the universe, do you think it should be considered the most important subject? Although I consider myself decent and have a genuine curiosity for mathematics, I am intimidated by anythings past Calculus I and don't really need to learn differential equations or linear algebra for my major (biology). On a related note, is mathematics the purest form of logic? Also, if I know the fundamentals of math-multiplication, division, subtraction, variables. Is every process in differential/upper level calculus using an operation like the ones above? Are higher level math classes used as applications of those operations as well as linear algebra being the exception by rotating or bringing down terms in matrices. I know I don't sound exactly clear but any help is appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to answer this if you get a chance!