Data: Priority and Preference of Mind Activity

4 Compute: Solve Routine Mathematical Problems: performing primarily arithmetic operations to perform what is commonly called business math: calculations to solve or process on-going administrative or operational 'problems'. Theory is not involved; neither is posting per se; it is unlikely that statistics are involved.

Compute: solve routine mathematical problems required to calculate routine, logical, administrative, procedural or operational problems; numerical and/or monetary activities with emphasis on records and reports.

High motivation indicates that this person is motivated and talented for routine, factual mathematical problems related to operational, procedural or administrative activities. This includes good logic, analysis and attention to detail. Business math may be motivated strongly enough to be the heart of professional or vocational activity—as corporate accounting, etc.
Moderate motivation indicates that this person is very capable in handling and solving routine, factual mathematical problems. This is valuable talent for operational, technical, processing or administrative activities. When interacting with other traits, as it does here, this trait has application value is many areas.
Routine, factual mathematical problem solving is not of interest to this person. Therefore, math is probably not a well, or willingly, developed skill, and it should typically not be a significant part of vocational responsibilities or activities. Study of all Worker Trait factors, particularly those in the mathematical capacity section, will identify why this is not a particularly motivated activity.