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* 1. Hi, what is your name?

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* 2. What is your age range? 

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* 3. What is the highest level of education you have completed? (or are currently completing)

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* 4. Why you do maths?

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* 5. Please rank, from most to least important, why you might pursue academic research

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* 6. Which two areas of maths did you most enjoy?

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* 7. To what extent do you agree with the following statements (if the statement is unclear please select N/A)

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Pure maths is more important than applied maths.
Maths cannot be separated into pure and applied; all pure maths will eventually have applications.
Pure mathematics (without direct purpose of application) is a waste of time.
In our society of material transactions, there is no space for work/study without applicable results.
The pursuit of truth is sufficient justification for a lifetime of study without application.
Pleasure/ satisfaction is sufficient justification for a lifetime of study without application.
In a world with so much conflict and poverty that need addressing, pure maths is not a priority.
The importance of a mathematical theorem lies more in the significance of mathematical ideas that it connects than its practical consequences.

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* 8. How has Maths affected your mental health?

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* 9. Please enter any other opinions/ ideas that you think may be relevant to study pure mathematics.

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