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## Main Question or Discussion Point

The local university offers both partial differential equations and higher geometry I (both of which seem equally interesting to me!), but they are only offered during the same time! As I'm most likely going to major in physics when I go to college, which class would have more applications to physics?

Higher geometry I description is:

Studies the foundations of modern geometry by examining axiomatic systems for various geometrics, with an emphasis on non-Euclidean hyperbolic geometry.

Partial differential equations description is: Infrequent. Initial/Boundary value problems for first-order, wave, heat and Laplace Equations; maximum principles; Fourier Series and applications.

Thanks for the help!

Higher geometry I description is:

Studies the foundations of modern geometry by examining axiomatic systems for various geometrics, with an emphasis on non-Euclidean hyperbolic geometry.

Partial differential equations description is: Infrequent. Initial/Boundary value problems for first-order, wave, heat and Laplace Equations; maximum principles; Fourier Series and applications.

Thanks for the help!