Engineering, math, physics, and chemistry graduates : What items can you produce with only what you learned in school with $100? $1000? List all of them with each having its seperate $100 or $1000 budget. List skills you learned that are useful in life that are free as well, such as, finding the best seat in a movie theater, more-or-else common things. I will also accept a list of things you can repair or fix. Again, all knowledge must be only from your school. Include your major, school, and percentage of education used for everything you listed( engineering majors can omit science and math, and science majors can omit math for this percentage). No offense to math majors but if I want to work on something that is pointless, I would rather level up a character in a video game. Well, that pretty much seems what math is relative to the other majors. And im sure math is gonna have trouble being generally useful. It seems more useful for very specific topics and bigger picture kinda thing, keeping in mind that the school is pretty much going to teach you the imperative math for science and engineering majors. There is little chance I will revolutionize any math so may as well go for what I can do for my individualism. I am saying this to get corrected if it is more useful than the other majors. So my goal is to use my knowledge for personal use at home. Be precise and explicit in your answers -- this is probably gonna go back and forth for several pages.