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    what jungian functions and mbti/Socionics types do you think would enjoy/appreciate math? I'm thinking Ne, Ni, Ti, ENTp/P, INTj/P, ISTj/P, and INTJ/p.
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    Anything with Ti.
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    Te will be drawn to the conventional or "revealed" aspect of math, such as employing formulas, to solve problems. Ti will focus on something like understanding how numbers work, and only use the formulas to aid in this.
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    Ti understands logical systems well so math tends to come easier to them.
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    Pretty much , Ti like to understand the concepts ... Te like to use formulas to solve problems.
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