Hey guys ill be starting to study mechanical engineering next month and i was wondering what math courses or how i can get better at math so i wont have trouble at school? what courses or what techniques do you guys use? thanks in advance
I'm in my second semester of mechanical engineering. You need as much math as you can manage, through some good calculuses. I would recommend using Khan Academy to help you at least freshen up and get solid fundamentals.
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Well yeah... I'm not OP, nor an engineer, but all of my maths were prereqs for physical chem/biochem, pharmacokinetics, and a physics minor. If you're not studying maths specifically, you really need to just pass the pure maths. The applied math in engineering and science is focused so narrowly. After completing the Calculus and Diff Eq/lin alg (math babby here), the math I do now you could train a child to do by running the same processes over and over.
Usually one of the best ways to improve your skill in a subject without too much effort is to read around the topics you learn about before you do them in your courses. This allows you to easier integrate them into your overall understanding of the subject.
Also if you have some interest in maths you could have a look at Terence Taos webpage or read "The chicken from Minsk"
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And OP just do as many practice problems as you can find the solutions for, that helps the most.
You can always just type in on google what topic you're on and you'll find literally dozens of resources on it which you can watch, read, and practice.
Humans are objects.
I'll be frank.
Women are sex objects. Any man who denies this is quite literally a faggot.
Though that is not all they are, or at least not all they should be, but with feminism that is what they will be.
I know this is terrible bait, but in fitting in with the stereotype of engineers- Faggot here.
Pic related, which hopefully suffices to be SFW.
Was that objectification of a male any worse than another type of objectification?
Does objectification of someone in part preclude me from connecting with that very same person on a human level?