Can a CS Major Master Physics Engines?

In summary, a computer science major can certainly master physics engines with the right combination of knowledge, skills, and dedication. While a CS major may not have an extensive background in physics, they can use their strong computational and programming skills to excel in understanding and implementing physics engines. Additionally, there are many resources and tools available for CS majors to learn and apply physics principles in their work. With determination and hard work, a CS major can become proficient in physics engines and contribute to the development of advanced technology and simulations.
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Hello, I'm a computer science major minoring in physics. I hope to work on physics engines some day, if I can live through these classes. I love learning about physics independently, but I'm not really digging the figurative knife to my throat with these deadlines.
 
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