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I am doing a career in electronics. I realize that math classes are of a very poor quality (Algebra an Calculus I) Lots of topics were discarded cause lack of time, so i decided to study them on my own.

The question is, what topics in algebra and calculus I (and II) are by far most applied in electronics? (besides complex numbers, trigonometry, equation systems, matrixes & determ. ) Any special theorems?

what about other subjects as numerical analysis, statistics, differential equations for example?

Any clue is really welcome. I am seriusly thinking enrollying in physics career due of its hardcore math classes.

Best regards.

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