Engineering in brief

Define the term engineering in brief.

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The application of science to the requirements of humanity and a profession in which the knowledge of mathematical and natural sciences gained through study, experience and practice is applied with decision to develop manners to utilize economically the materials and the forces of nature for the advantage of mankind.

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