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What is the difference between physics and mathematics?
I think it might have to do with the fact that physics cannot exist by itself. Physics tries to explain the Universe and its mechanics.
Mathematics, on the other hand, can exist by itself. Even if there was no thing such as mass, energy, velocity, this kind of thing, Maths would still exist. It's a "pure knowledge", or "meaning by itself".
What do you think, /sci/?
I'd like to listen to different opinions, hopefully someone who think's there's no clear boundary, or better yet, they're the same thing.