who are Mathematicians out there??.. can you give me some teachings on how to understand integral calculus in an easier way??.. or somehow, any websites?? ..thank you so much..
GODbless..
talitha cumi (post: 1357973) wrote:who are Mathematicians out there??.. can you give me some teachings on how to understand integral calculus in an easier way??.. or somehow, any websites?? ..thank you so much..
GODbless..
Pascal (post: 1358134) wrote:... Engineer's must be good with math, it is the language of their art, they may not be as fluent in it as physicists (because you know, physicists are better at everything ), but they still must understand it well enough so that it can be a useful tool in projects... and if 30-20% of your math is wrong, a project with say 100 intermediate problems can have less then 2E-8% probability of success...
blkmage (post: 1358201) wrote:From my experience with undergraduate engineering mathematics, my impression was that they're more concerned with the mechanical aspects of math and the applications rather than the art and rigour. And it's this that was a big part of my decision to switch majors.
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