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Do Computer Engineers actually use Mathematics in everyday life?

Asked Lancaster, Pennsylvania

I'm a high school student, and love math, but does the career I'm trying to pursue in actually even use it? #computer-science #computer-software #engineer #computer-engineering #computer-hardware

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Davor’s Answer

Updated Kent, Washington

Just to give you one example: predictable analytics of storage demand based on optimistic storage allocation with availability through single point of failure... Good luck!

Nayeem’s Answer

Updated Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Hi Blade

You don’t need to be a math wizard but you do need to be good at math if you want to become a computer engineer. If you are interested in becoming a computer engineer, start your math preparation in high school. Take math classes and beef up your knowledge in science, particularly physics, as well. With this kind of early preparation and continued interest when you enter college, you should be well on your way to graduating and eventually working as a computer engineer.

dinesh’s Answer

Updated Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

yes they do. please check the links

  • http://www.crazyengineers.com/threads/do-engineers-use-math-at-their-jobs-a-question-that-every-student-has.60919/
  • https://www.maa.org/external_archive/devlin/devlin_10_00.html