I'm a sophomore in the mechanical engineering program, and I've been struggling with dynamics all semester. I understand most of the concepts, but small computational errors have led to me having a 76% average in the class halfway through the semester. My question is: if I'm struggling with this now, will I even make a good engineer someday? How important is the mastery of statics/dynamics?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This is a question that's been plaguing me all semester, so a response would be much appreciated!

Oh, and I've done well in all my math classes, linear algebra in particular, but calculus 1, 2, and currently 3 at the moment.

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# Will I be a good engineer?

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