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Long story short. Want to know waaaay before I get deep into Aerospace Engineering, what I need to know to do it and if I

However I look at Calc 1/2, then look at my Aerodynamics books, even though they explain it really well there.. I am seeing greek symbols and stuff I don't even know... where do you learn that and can you guys please help me with EVERYTHING I need to know to be able to open up https://www.amazon.com/dp/0073398101/?tag=pfamazon01-20 and be able to start learning and actually know what I'm looking at?

So after Calc 1 - 3.. then?

Really would appreciate it, after all the years I spent telling everyone I am doing this, and passionate about it, I want ASSURANCE I can, by doing some work/learning about it years before I even have to do the work. I find it wise to know this beforehand... I am only in my first year of college, not even done with Calc 2 right now. But I open up this book and see crazy characters all over the place... I just want to be able to study and know it NOW. So I feel comfortable, pursuing to be a

Thanks.

*can*, I've already retrieved books on it. Like Fundamentals Of Aerodynamics... Some Calc 2 books.. Calc 1.. etc etc.However I look at Calc 1/2, then look at my Aerodynamics books, even though they explain it really well there.. I am seeing greek symbols and stuff I don't even know... where do you learn that and can you guys please help me with EVERYTHING I need to know to be able to open up https://www.amazon.com/dp/0073398101/?tag=pfamazon01-20 and be able to start learning and actually know what I'm looking at?

So after Calc 1 - 3.. then?

Really would appreciate it, after all the years I spent telling everyone I am doing this, and passionate about it, I want ASSURANCE I can, by doing some work/learning about it years before I even have to do the work. I find it wise to know this beforehand... I am only in my first year of college, not even done with Calc 2 right now. But I open up this book and see crazy characters all over the place... I just want to be able to study and know it NOW. So I feel comfortable, pursuing to be a

**real**engineer... Dont want to be that average guy who switches...Thanks.

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