Aptitude: Mental, Perceptual, Sensory/Physical

N-Computational or Analytical Use of Numbers: measuring ability, potential and/or motivation to understand and perform arithmetic operations quickly and accurately. More than any other trait or Worker trait Code factor, potential for math does not necessarily mean ability to do specific kinds of math. Math talent becomes math skill only by formal study or apprenticeship learning of the specific kind of math which the person must use vocationally.

Computational or analytical use of numbers requiring the ability or potential (if trained) to perform arithmetic operations logically, accurately, and quickly; computational, statistical, analytical, administrative, scientific and/or technical.

High rating with this computational/analytical factor means that all kinds and uses of numbers naturally make sense to this person. This person is conceptual, theoretical, analytical, and computational in the awareness in, use of, and application of, math. As such, math is an important vocational asset whether it be vocational specialization or vocational application.
Moderate motivation indicates that this person has good awareness and ability with mathematics. Other Worker Traits will indicate which kind of math that talent applies to: theoretical, statistical, analytical, computational, business, administrative, clerical, arithmetic, or posting. Wherever it works best, it is a vocational asset.
Math may be about the same as a foreign language for this person. At least, it is foreign to this person's mental orientation in one way or another. Mathematical problems seem to become bigger problems if this person tries to solve them. Mental gears seem to get jammed in the middle of a math problem, and success in the form of solution, is without internal reward or satisfaction.