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Archaeopteryx
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Mar8-12, 07:40 PM
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I'm currently in university and am taking supplemental math classes for an engineering major. I am currently undecided which engineering path to chose to major in as of yet. Materials engineering caught my eye and I just want to know some examples to work that materials engineers do. I have read articles about the general idea, but I would like to know specific examples if that is available. Thanks so much!
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