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Should I take engineering if I am weak in maths?
Realistically all forms of engineering require that you become competent in math. You can overcome your weakness by seeking help and by studying hard in the proper way.
Do you need to be good at math for engineering?
Originally Answered: Do engineers need to be good at math? Yes. They need to understand calculus, multivariable calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and statistics so that they can understand what’s going on with the engineering models they use.
What maths do engineers?
Trigonometry is Essential In addition to engineering geometry, trigonometry is one of the more usual maths for engineers. By applying the principle of trigonometry, engineers can calculate such data as the height of an existing structure, the measurement of an angle, or the distance between two points.
What should I do if I Hate Maths and study it?
The most important thing is to love what you do. If you hate maths then you will never be good at it. So empty your mind and work upon it. Good Study material, ambience, a good study table and chair will effect your learning. Try to be calm and relax, and stay away from distractions while studying.
What is the secret behind cracking Engineering Maths?
Engineering mathematics has and will trouble a lot of students. The secret behind cracking maths is practice as mentioned in the other answers. It is said that practice makes a man perfect but that isn’t true. It is perfect practice makes a man perfect. See practice only makes things permanent which is not at all bad.
What are some of the best books on engineering mathematics?
1.) Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Kreyszig: almost covers 4-5 semesters of engineering mathematics, filled with beautiful insightful perspectives which will definitely change the way you look at mathematics. 2.) Calculus by G.S Stewart: this is the toughest portion, as it involves huge amount of calculations.
How do I prepare for lower division Maths?
To help get the fundamentals down, see Mastering lower division mathematics courses, Only practice can make man perfect. 1. Refer good books 2. Schedule time (1 hour /day is good enough) 3. Carry paper and pen always when sit for maths. Like other subjects we cannot memorize this one and without interest you cannot get into this process.