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active Jan 17 at 21:54

Jobs in Mathematics

Am going to college next year and I want to major in mathematics since i find it pretty fun. My question is what types of jobs are there in the field of mathematics that has nothing to do with education

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active Oct 22 '16 at 14:37

Does taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses in mathematics and science provide students with more opportunities in the field of engineering?

I chose to ask this question because I am currently enrolled in AP Statistics, AP Chemistry and Honors Trigonometry this year (my 11th grade year) and am considering taking AP Calculus and AP Physics next year (my 12th grade year). Will taking these classes set me apart from other students and provi

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active May 31 '16 at 21:14

Should I retake calculus in college.

I took dual credit calculus my senior year, but the teacher went pretty easy on us and I worry that I would not be prepared for calculus II.

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active May 25 '16 at 12:32

How a PURE mathematician makes money?

I want to have a deeper visual about the life of a PURE mathematician such as how long will they spend time at the workforce? which things that they have to do? If they do not have any idea how to solve the problem they are pursuing, what can they do to make money during that period? Thanks.

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active May 24 '16 at 17:43

How stressful is studying math in college?

I am interested in studying math in college, but I do not want to constantly being under stress throughout college. I have heard rumors that majoring in math can be extremely stressful. What do you think? What resources would I have in college for assistance?

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Should every student take an advanced math course in college no matter what major or minor? How important is math when one is studying science?

I love everything about science, but math oftentimes translates as a foreign language. I find myself eager to be outside doing labs and sampling but dreading sitting at a desk punching in numbers on a calculator. Although I don't like math, I know it's a crucial part of education. I would like to kn

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active Dec 30 '16 at 19:25

How can you find job using statistics - besides the word "Statistician" in the job title, what other job titles are typically used?

I am loving my AP Statistics class. I had never considered a career in statistics before but now I am curious what types of jobs exist where I could use this math skill. When I do an internet search on "statistician" or statistics I get some results but it seems like there may be a lot more career

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active Oct 26 '16 at 14:54

As a civil engineer, what percent of your time would you say per week you spend on site helping to organize construction efforts and people and what percent of your time do you spend in an office making calculation and coming up with designs?

I would love to be a civil engineer one day. I definitely don't want to be a construction worker and spend all day outside working with tools and building things but I also wouldn't want a 10 hour a day desk job. Civil engineer seems like a happy medium and I just wondered from a professional if tha

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active Oct 24 '16 at 18:24

Would you pursue a masters in math or education?

As an aspiring mathmatics teacher, I am interested in whether I should teach with my bachelors degree in math education before pursuing higher degrees. I am also interested in knowing if a masters in mathmatics or education would be better for me

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active Oct 23 '16 at 08:21

Which degree would be better for a person who wants to pursue actuarial science: a mathematics degree with a focus in actuarial science, or an actual actuarial science degree?

I went to a college fair and was presented with two different colleges, one with a mathematics degree with a focus in actuarial science, and the second having an actuarial science degree. I was just curious as to which would be the Bette option.

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active Jul 16 '16 at 22:49

What sort of classes are involved in a Math Major?

Math is something that I enjoy doing and am very good at, and I would like to pursue it as my major in preparation for medical school. I feel that it would increase my critical thinking skills and my problem-solving skills. However, I was wondering if anyone could tell me what sort of classes I woul

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