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what is a regular day for an engineer?

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What type of math do Engineers have to study?

Do engineers need to know Geometry? Algebra? Calculus? Or is it all of above? #engineering...

#math

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Active Jan 12 at 01:11 AM

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Posted by Brian C.’s Avatar Brian C.
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Douglas Lemmo, P.E. | Consultant, Owner at Power Generation Consulting Services Hi Brian,The short answer to your question is it is "all ...

I love math, spelling, architecture, and astronomy. What job is good for me?

Hi, I’m Shayla and I’m in 5th grade. I want to have a job to look forward to like all the other kids, but I can’t seem to choose. If you could suggest a few that would be great. Some things about me; I’m mature for my age, I love math and I’m in algebra one, I won my school spelling bee two...

#career #college #math

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Active Jan 09 at 08:49 PM

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Posted by Shayla M.’s Avatar Shayla M.
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Douglas Lemmo, P.E. | Consultant, Owner at Power Generation Consulting Services Hi Shayla,Wow, it is great that you have such varied interests ...

I want to become a mechanical engineer, emphasis on Aerospace. What classes should I take while in High School?

I'm having trouble picking my classes for high school. How would you rank the following classes by most important to least important? I'm wondering because I don't have enough class periods to take all of these classes. Science-- Chemistry: 2 trimesters; Physics: 2 trimesters, unless AP which...

#aeronautics #high-school #aerospace-engineering #robotics #college-major #engineering #college #mechanical #computer-science #chemistry #physics #math #engineer

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Active Dec 28 '18 at 02:42 AM

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Thai Nguyen | Software Engineer My degree is in Electrical, but have many friends who did ...

I dnt want manths is 11 wat combination cn i take

#math #math i dnt want maths in my 11 wat combination cn i...

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Active Dec 06 '18 at 11:48 AM

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Posted by Simran A.’s Avatar Simran A.

Where do I find a job with Math major

I just graduated from college (B.S) with major in math. I am trying to find a job but so far no luck. I do not want to do teaching or tutoring. So, is there any other option? What is the best way for me to find a job that can use my math knowledge? Thanks for your help! #math #math...

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Active Nov 27 '18 at 07:41 AM

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Posted by Amy L.’s Avatar Amy L.
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Lisa G. Ullman | Director at PwC - specializing in pensions and ... If you are interested in applied mathematics, you might want to ...
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Spruce Cox | Retired Aerospace Engineer and Rocket Scientist I don’t know specifically, but in school you’ll have to estimate ...

Do biomedical engineers work with medical physicist

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Active Oct 28 '18 at 12:41 AM

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Posted by Elijah G.’s Avatar Elijah G.
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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering The short answer is yes. Although it's not always necessary, but ...
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Douglas Lemmo, P.E. | Consultant, Owner at Power Generation Consulting Services Hi Brett,No, I would not recommend that you take general courses ...

How much math is involved in biomedical engineering

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Active Nov 30 '18 at 03:23 PM

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Posted by Elijah G.’s Avatar Elijah G.
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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering Strictly speaking, all engineering disciplines require more math than most other ...

Can I major in STEM without being good at math?

I'm not very good at math but biomedical engineering sounds very interesting to me. Should I pursue this major? #engineering #math #stem #major #computer #college #biomedical...

#science

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Active Dec 17 '18 at 11:12 PM

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Posted by Payton B.’s Avatar Payton B.
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Ani Rekulapalli, ASA | Manager, Deals - Tangible Asset Valuation at PwC ... Hi Payton,Being good at math is helpful for STEM majors, but ...

What if i want to become an artist along with interior designer or decirator, what course should i do in university, how long will be the education to have degree in both areas??

Im in Alevels, 2nd/last year. My subjects are Economics, Business and Maths in Alevels and working on on an art portfolio too. #art #business #design #career...

#math

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Active Oct 06 '18 at 07:19 AM

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Posted by Hajra A.’s Avatar Hajra A.
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Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential An important first step that you should take is to get ...

What can I do with a general mathematics degree?

I am not particularly gifted at applied mathematics but am successful when dealing with plain numbers and formulas. #math...

#college

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Active Oct 30 '18 at 07:28 AM

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Posted by Andrew G.’s Avatar Andrew G.
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Mimi Tsuruga | Education Engineer at Elastic Many people seem to think that mathematics is just about adding ...

Is there a Career combining Art (the Fine Art kind) and Math (the Calculus kind)?

I've always loved fine art with all kind of mediums, (oil paint, charcoal, soft pastels, etc) as well as math (calculus has been the best so far), but I'm not interested in engineering or the other careers (graphic design, architecture) that keep being mentioned with these two topics. I don't...

#career #art #college #math

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Active Oct 09 '18 at 02:44 AM

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Posted by Ella O.’s Avatar Ella O.
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Greg Roelofs | Software engineer, data infrastructure at LinkedIn While there are some folks doing math-inspired art (e.g., Anton Sherwood ...

What kind of math is required for computer science?

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Active Sep 26 '18 at 03:41 PM

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Eric Willisson | Software Engineer at Google Hi! There are a few kinds that will almost always come ...

What are the best classes to take to explore the business side of math?

I plan on majoring in math and I would like to take a class to discover if I enjoy the business side of math? What is my best option of class to take to find out if I'd enjoy it? #math #business...

#career

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Active Nov 09 '18 at 02:24 PM

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Posted by Rachel C.’s Avatar Rachel C.
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Dhairya Dalal | NLP and Machine Learning @ Talla Hey Rachel,Great question. Math has a lot of interesting applications and ...

What are good side majors if you are thinking about majoring in law?

I am thinking about majoring in criminal justice/law. However, I’m not entirely sure if being a lawyer is what I what to do with my life yet. What do you think would be a good side major that relates to law but can also help me in the long run. #law #lawyer #math...

#lawyers

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Active Jan 09 at 04:33 PM

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Posted by Jasmine C.’s Avatar Jasmine C.
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Scott Craft | Library Science | Knowledge Management | Content Management ... Hi Jasmine,When you say "side major" , are you referring to ...

What are ways to increase your changes of being accepted to four year colleges, despite being from a low income area?

Another question I have is how can I stand out to colleges while being from a low income area that, to me, seems to limit my opportunities? I have had personal experiences losing great opportunities due to where I am from. #college #high-school #low-income-area #workforce #steam #stem...

#space-exploration #space #career #science #advice #medicine #planetary-science #engineering #forensics #astrophysics #astronomy #technology #pharmaceuticals #math

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Active Sep 13 '18 at 01:37 AM

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Jamie Chui | Strategic Alliance and Business Development Professional Write an excellent college admission essay accompanying your college application. Talk ...

When is going to community college first not a good idea?

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Active Nov 21 '18 at 12:21 AM

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Posted by Alexander B.’s Avatar Alexander B.
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Javier Vasquez | General Manager A community college is always a great option, is local, it ...

where do the student in the masters program for mathematics go to, like a typical classroom or meeting conference room for one on one teaching?

i noticed in the mathematics masters program at my University (UW), all the masters​ levels classes, there are only like 5 students​, sometimes 2 students. where do they go to have a lecture​s with the professor? do they just meet up with the proffsor ​at his office or in a regular big room...

#classrooms #professional #mathematics #mathdepartment #class #math

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Active Aug 15 '18 at 11:57 AM

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Posted by jeffrey K.’s Avatar jeffrey K.
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Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Jeffrey,Although you may not have seen them yet, the university probably ...

After getting my math degree from an university, am I able to start a teaching position while still attending school?

after graduation with a BA in Mathematics, will i​​ be able to teach somewhere for part-tim​​​e and still be in the mathematics master progra​​​​m at the universit​y​​? #teaching #education #teacher #math...

#mathematics

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Active Aug 15 '18 at 02:36 PM

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Posted by jeffrey K.’s Avatar jeffrey K.
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Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Each state will have its own requirements. Here in Texas, there ...

What is the total marks and ranking required to take admission in ISI Bangalore in 2019

I want to study M. Math in ISI....

#math

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Active Jun 25 '18 at 11:15 AM

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Best colleges for math majors?

I'm a CareerVillage staff member and I'm posting this because we know that many young people are looking for the answer to this question. This is among the most popular questions searched by youth, and we're hoping you will take a moment to share your response to it. Thank you! #college...

#mathematics #choosing-a-college #college-majors #math #college-major

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Active Jun 17 '18 at 09:31 AM

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Posted by Alexandra C.’s Avatar Alexandra C.
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Ria Jagasia | Academic Consultant at AIC Education I love using Niche to get ranking information of colleges based ...

How important is it to have the right edition of a textbook for class?

I'm having a hard time finding the right edition of textbooks for math, psychology, and human anatomy and physics. I have found the right authors and books, but the editions are a little off. How important is it to get the exact edition? #nursing-student #math #psychology...

#anatomy-and-physics

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Active Aug 22 '18 at 11:26 AM

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Posted by Ashley C.’s Avatar Ashley C.
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Austin L. | PwC Experienced Associate, Advisory Hi Ashley,    Good question, I have not seen someone ask this ...

How difficult is it to transition from computer science at the undergraduate level to aerospace engineering at the Master's level?

I have been accepted into Master's programs in computer science / engineering. However, I sometimes question whether I want to pursue a career change. Has anyone made a transition from a computer science / engineering (or similar) background into an aerospace or mechanical engineering program?...

#engineering #tech #math #stem

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Active Jun 04 '18 at 02:13 PM

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Posted by Thomas P.’s Avatar Thomas P.
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Luis "Lou" Herrera | Principal Mechanical Engineer at Jabil So it is not a matter of difficulty, it is a ...

What are some different career choices for a future in mathematics or science?

I am really good at math and it is one of my favorite subjects in school, as well as science. The only one I can think of is an actuary, and that type of job seems like it would get boring after doing the same thing for years. #math #mathematics...

#actuary

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Active May 29 '18 at 06:33 PM

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Posted by Carmen R.’s Avatar Carmen R.
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Breanna Bergin | Lead Financial Analyst at Verizon Enterprise Solutions This is a great question, one in which I actually questioned ...

Was there one course that you wish you would have taken in college and didn't? #Financial Engineering

Most of my courses will be STEM related... aside from a writing course, where would I go for a good public speaking course? #financial-engineering #computational-mathematics. My career goal is to work as a quantitative analyst. #math...

#finance

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Active Sep 25 '18 at 12:53 PM

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Posted by Christopher G.’s Avatar Christopher G.
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Jared Ellis | Manager - CS Operations When I went to college, I specifically went to a Tech ...

Which math is the most helpful in the field of Computer Science

I am planning on attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) as a freshman this fall to study Computer Science and when reviewing course requirements, I saw that there was an open spot for math meaning I could fill it with any math of my choice. Other required math courses were Probability...

#appdeveloper #cybersecurity #computerscience #college #wpi #math

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Active Oct 18 '18 at 03:27 PM

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Posted by Ralph P.’s Avatar Ralph P.
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Frank Lemmon | Sr. Test Engineer at Chegg Inc. Hey Ralph, congratulations on getting accepted at WPI and also starting ...

What is the best way to find a summer internship?

I would like to pursue a summer internship for next year. I really have no idea how to do this and would like some input on where to look, when to apply, and anything else that would help me find a internship. I am a math major and would like an internship in this field. #summer...

#internships #math

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Active May 17 '18 at 08:07 PM

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Posted by Riley J.’s Avatar Riley J.
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Austin L. | PwC Experienced Associate, Advisory Hi Riley, It is really great to hear that you are ...

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