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Do applied/college math learn the same thing as academic students but with a more shallow approach? Or does the college/math student learn both less the shallow approach and as well as less content?
Applied math involves using mathematical concepts and techniques to solve real-world problems, while academic math focuses on the theoretical understanding and development of mathematical concepts.
Both applied math and academic math have practical applications in the real world. Applied math is more directly applicable to solving specific problems, while academic math provides a deeper understanding and foundation for mathematical concepts.
The level of difficulty in applied math and academic math can vary depending on the specific topics and courses. Generally, applied math may require a strong understanding of specific mathematical concepts and techniques, while academic math may involve more abstract and theoretical thinking.
Those with a background in applied math may pursue careers in fields such as engineering, finance, computer science, and data analysis. Academic math can lead to careers in research, teaching, and academia.
Yes, it is possible to switch from an academic math path to an applied math path or vice versa. However, this may require additional coursework and a strong understanding of the fundamentals of both paths.