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I have posted lately about this problem I am facing of choosing between the two minors as a physics major, but there is some updates and I need new insight on the subject.

I have been taking an introductory course in computer science that I am really enjoying and getting some good grades in it (I got an 80 where the class average was 45), even better than my major courses on physics. As for the math I am stuck with a C in Calc. 3.

I need to know what minor would help me more in graduate work and in what specific field is one better than the other. Also as I am way better at CS than math is it logical to take the CS minor because I would do great in it, or take the math minor so I can reinforce myself?

If you can suggest other approaches please tell me.

Thanks.