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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hey!

I'm in the middle of my physics undergraduate (taking classical mechanics, electrodynamics, mathematical physics) and i really enjoy my classes, so no problem there haha. With the time i realized that i really like math so i start self studying real analysis, manifolds, differential geometry, that kind of stuff. So i really like both, physics and math and as i'm in the middle of my undergraduate i started wondering what will i do when finish.

I don't know what would satisfied my taste, i really want to do physics (specially something with electricity) and i really like studying math.

English isnt my mother tongue :P so sorry if i make some mistake.

I'm in the middle of my physics undergraduate (taking classical mechanics, electrodynamics, mathematical physics) and i really enjoy my classes, so no problem there haha. With the time i realized that i really like math so i start self studying real analysis, manifolds, differential geometry, that kind of stuff. So i really like both, physics and math and as i'm in the middle of my undergraduate i started wondering what will i do when finish.

I don't know what would satisfied my taste, i really want to do physics (specially something with electricity) and i really like studying math.

English isnt my mother tongue :P so sorry if i make some mistake.