- #1

puddlejumper524

- 1

- 0

i was once a math major until i got a bit taste of what upper div math is like. proofs! can't say that i like it at all. i guess I am the type of guys who can't do proofs whatsoever. currently taking linear algebra, struggling a bit.

so sometime ago, i changed my major to physics, which is really interesting, like when i was taking calculus. but i read the threads on the board and realized that a lot of people seem to suggest that a physics major should be able to do math proofs as well, and it is essential. i would like your opinion on that becaz if that were true, i am screwed