can students taking engineering maths cope with the physics maths?


by New|c
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Jun1-04, 12:39 AM
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hi guys, got a problem down here. I am a student majoring in electronics engineering. Will there be any problem if i switch? thanks
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Jun1-04, 12:41 AM
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hi guys, got a problem down here. I am a student majoring in electronics engineering. Will there be any problem if i switch? thanks
It really depends on you and the programs, I don't think there's a general answer.
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Jun4-04, 08:23 AM
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it all depends on you, my roommate is an electronics engineering major and i cant understand a damn thing in that book. if you switch, you might have to forget about 1/2 of your terminology.


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