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AryaKimiaghalam

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I am currently a second year physics major. I have recently thought about taking statistics/probability courses as electives for the upcoming semester. However, I don't know what types of statistics/probability classes will help me in my physics education. I am not particularly interested in statistics but I will take it if it considerably makes a difference and helps me in my undergraduate physics courses. The university I go to does not recommend any statistics courses. Do I have to free some room for statistics and probability courses, even if it means limiting the number of extra physics courses I can take?

Please help, I look forward to your comments.

Cheers.