If you're all so smart, tell me how well these two courses will prepare me for any STEM field, particularly some form of plebgeneering, like civil/mech.
Mathematical language and proof
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
They will help you learn the babie physics engineers use. Also, all of the algebra and geometry stuff will be very useful in various geometry problems you will encounter in your engineering courses
If you're doing engineering then Number 1 for sure. Functions, trig, vectors, calculus, matrices and complex numbers are all things you might need for engineering but you'll learn vectors to complex numbers in university.
Number 2 has shit like number theory, conics, geometric transformations, proof, and combinatorics; all shit useless to most engineering.
The rest of the stuff in number 2 might actually be more useful than number 1 but you'll learn that in school. So focus on number 1 because you'll be expected to just know some of the material in that.
>help you learn the babie physics engineers use
>babie physics engineers use
I was hoping just to take the first one, that way I can apply quicker.