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What did Kepler believe the relationship was between mathematics and the natural world? He believed the natural world was created by God and that there was no relationship to mathematics. He believed that any relationship between nature and mathematics was a coincidence. He saw no value in studying the relationship between nature and mathematics. He noticed that everything in the natural world had mathematical properties, and they could be used to study and measure everything.

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