"There's latitude and longitude," Cosine pointed out, pragmatically. "And GPS."
"Time zones," Secant added. "Did you know India's time zone is one of many offset by a half hour?"
Nat crossed his arms. "Population numbers fit in here too. The rule of 70, for doubling time. Also birth rates, death rates... you know about Hans Rosling, yes? We shouldn't make averages."
"Nice graphs in that talk," Lyn agreed. "In fact, geography uses a lot of graphs and tables, that's a huge link, and a way to make predictions."
"Then there's climate," Elly added. "Measuring temperatures, precipitations, global warming... where numbers add up to 120%...."
"So math obviously fits with geography on the whole," Root agreed. "But I'm still thinking more on an individual basis... oh! Of course!"
"What?" Lyn asked.
Root grinned. "It's so obvious - we go computer science! We could each choose an operating system or version to represent! Think of it, a personification for... you're all giving me that look again."
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