>>7784104 Fun fact: Math =/= Science =/= Engineering. Sure, they support each other in various ways and have overlapping topics and techniques, but intensively as a study, the three are very different from each other.
And engineer uses math as a tool to get things done. Use a relation that science found to determine/predict how a their structure, or circuit, or reaction will behave so that they obtain a desired outcome.
I'm not sure how to explain math, but they're less concerned with plugging in equations more than finding ways to describe things in Math? Finding new relations that scientists and engineers get to use to solve existing differential equations for new conditions.
I dunno, this is what I feel, having studied both in engineering and science courses.
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