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I'm great with algebra but I hate calculus. What are some branches I can move into which require little calculus and a lot of algebra

>> No.9108656
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>>9108636
Food service and retail.
Suck it up champ.

>> No.9108664

>>9108636
Discrete math

>> No.9108913

>>9108636
Any engineering field thqh famalam

>> No.9108928

>>9108913
This. I have three engineering degrees (EE, CE and ME), and I haven't needed to differentiate or integrate any function in years.

>> No.9108929

>>9108636
Anything involving a cash register

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>>9108636 >>9108656
Mc Donald's Cash register (this job requires arithmetic calculations)

>> No.9109010

>>9108913
I use a LOT of calculus in Chemical Engineering, done 3 modules focusing solely on it.

>> No.9109022

>>9108928
>t. BSc.
. PhDs in Engineering have to use much more math than calculus.

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>>9108636 >>9108913
Discrete Mathematics (Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Matrix Algebra, Mathematical Logic, Set Theory, Cryptography, Number Theory, etc)

>> No.9109033

>>9109028

Algebraic Geometry too!

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>>9108636
If you're great with algebra you should be great at calculus I, II, because everything is just a simple concept interspersed with algebraic manipulation. What do you even mean "great with algebra"? What does that entail?

>> No.9109060

>>9109033
Algebraic geometry doesn't make any fucking sense unless you're familiar with manifolds, which definitely require calculus.

>> No.9109664

>>9108636
>what are some branches I can move into
Large hardwoods like oak, hickory, and walnut are the best for treehouses in my experience tbqhwu
Of course this depends on what kind of habitat you live in.
What kind of trees do you have available?

>> No.9109666

>>9109028
That egg grosses me out

>> No.9109721

>>9109028
This is the shittiest book. I fucking hate this book and it's shitty jokes. I'm fucking triggered.

>> No.9109862

>>9109721
>I fucking hate ducks and their shitty jokes
fuck you too then

>> No.9109984

>>9108636
>great with algebra
what do you mean?

>> No.9109995

>>9108636
Brush up on your trig and calculus will be easier.

>> No.9110085

>>9108636
Maybe you should stop hating calculus

>> No.9110258

>>9108636
Computer Science. I've only directly used calculus once so far. Everything else has been using things derived from calculus.

>> No.9110265

>>9109028
>Matrix Algebra
is that even a thing? or is it just elementary linear algebra for brainlets?

>> No.9110281

>>9110265
You don't need to know much linear algebra to handle matrices in a computer.

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