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Old 12-13-2012, 08:07 PM
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Default Is Anybody Here Studying Engineering Or Computer Science?

I was wondering if anybody here is studying either Engineering or Computer Science. I don't care what kind of Engineering, since the core classes are the same. It would be cool to talk about class material or help each other out with concepts and stuff. I have been taking classes for Civil Engineering and Computer Science. Math is cool, too. I plan on taking Circuit Analysis, Physics III, Additional Topics in Linear Algebra, and Assembly Language. It would be nice to hear if some of you dudes have taken these classes already. I took Statics and Chemistry this semester. I did not like Chemistry, it was boring and I didn't understand any of it. I liked Statics since you learn things like support reactions, trusses, frames and machines, etc. Virtual work was f*cking weird and I didn't even bother learning that sh*t. That's why I am excited to go back to engineering, physics, and computer science since those classes are interesting.

This is why statics is important....



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