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I have covered basic mathematics and algebra for many years. Also, the application of algebra to higher mathematics is a really important skill to have.
I have covered algebra for many years. Also, the application of algebra to higher mathematics is a really important skill to have. Advanced algebra has applications in business, engineering, medicine, and many other professions.
Calculus is critical tool in the development of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers. It has very important applications to business, medicine, economics, science, and other disciplines.
More than this though, calculus is transformational. It can radically change the way you think about mathematics and can greatly enhance your problem-solving capabilities.
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Linear algebra is quickly replacing differential equations as being the most important mathematical skill to have in the engineering disciplines. This is a skill set that I use on a weekly basis in my work and feel has very important and wide ranging application.
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My undergraduate degree is in aerospace engineering and my masters degree is in systems engineering and I have been a practicing engineer for 7 years. Areas of expertise include: dynamics and control systems, mechanical design, numerical methods, modeling and simulation, space vehicle dynamics, rocket propulsion, and technical writing.
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Precalculus, in my opinion, is one of the most important mathematics courses out there. This material usually is the real difference between more computational/numerical problems to a more sophisticated understanding of mathematics.
I have covered basic mathematics, algebra, and trigonometry for many years. Also, the application of algebra to higher mathematics is a really important skill to have.