Hi Everyone!

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Hi everyone!

I stumbled across this forum looking for help on my first year physics homework about ~5 months ago and have been lurking ever since. I really appreciate the nature of these forums in that the answer to a problem is rarely (if ever) explicitly given, but instead people try to poke and prompt the person in the right direction with helpful questions.

I'm currently going through undergrad with grad school as my current goal. I'm still feeling out exactly what path I'd be going with, but currently am leaning towards pursuing something in the realm of mathematical physics or astrophysics (or maybe mathematical physics that is used in the realm of astrophysics! who knows).

Looking forward to being able to contribute to the forums as I learn more!
 
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