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zachdr1

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I like classes like statics and mechanics of materials, don't get me wrong, it just gets boring after a while; I feel like I'm solving the same problem over and over again using barely any math.

So pretty much, my question is: which engineering/science solves problems that involve a lot of math, equations, calculus, etc.. An example of a problem like this, would be this basic kinematics problem:

Engineers analyzing the motion of a linkage determine that the velocity of an attachment point is given by v = A + 4s2 m/s, where A is a constant. When s = 2m, its acceleration is measured and determined to be 320 m/s2 . What is the velocity of the point when s = 2m?