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pmadeira
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(01/26/2013) [] started this year my studies to become a chemical engineer.
did all my classes except the math one.
the ****** up part is the one where after this i'll have 2 more even harder
did all my classes except the math one.
the ****** up part is the one where after this i'll have 2 more even harder
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natedizzie
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(01/26/2013) [] Only two?
I have to take 6 math classes
Cal I Cal II Cal III Differential equations, topics in applied mathematics (Or vector math) and linear algebra.
that's for a civil engineering degree
I have to take 6 math classes
Cal I Cal II Cal III Differential equations, topics in applied mathematics (Or vector math) and linear algebra.
that's for a civil engineering degree
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nevergetsdubs
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(01/26/2013) [] Cal 13, diff, multivariate, number theory, applied trig, higher order functions, combinatorics, multiplanar integrals....etc...
******* Nuclear Engineering degree....
******* Nuclear Engineering degree....
#5

akg **User deleted account**
Reply +152
(01/25/2013) [] Engineering school ......
Why the **** would you study to be an engineer if you don't like math?
Why the **** would you study to be an engineer if you don't like math?
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odonnell
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(01/26/2013) [] I didn't like Maths in High School, I found some of it interesting, but I preferred Physics.
So far, my course has been mostly physics the only maths we've used was integration and differentiation.
The difference that made me prefer Physics over Maths, is that Physics gives you real life situations, eg: How the mass of the car effects its acceleration etc. Whereas in maths, you were given a a random string of letters and numbers and told to find x, with no known purpose to it.
So far, my course has been mostly physics the only maths we've used was integration and differentiation.
The difference that made me prefer Physics over Maths, is that Physics gives you real life situations, eg: How the mass of the car effects its acceleration etc. Whereas in maths, you were given a a random string of letters and numbers and told to find x, with no known purpose to it.
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viacotwelve
Reply +4
(01/26/2013) [] engineering is a much wider field than you think, and many types don't actually involve a lot of really complicated math.
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theannoyingFJguy
Reply 5
(01/26/2013) [] INCORRECT USE OF MEME PLEASE USE ASIAN FEMALE INSTEAD
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maxismahname
Reply +11
(01/26/2013) [] classwork: 2+2=4
test: why do people not see aliens with purple hats?
a) 5
b) dubstep
c) the universe
d) a+b=c
test: why do people not see aliens with purple hats?
a) 5
b) dubstep
c) the universe
d) a+b=c