Which of the following is an assumption that supports drawing the conclusion above from the reasons given for that conclusion? A. Mathematics can also be used to serve social sciences, such as economics. B. The object of a natural science must be something tangible that can be perceived by the senses. C. Some great scientists, like Einstein, by their own admission, were not very good at math. D. If one discipline serves another discipline, it can never rise to the same rank as the discipline it serves. E. At times in the natural sciences, especially in Physics, mathematical calculations have led to extraordinary breakthroughs in scientific understanding.