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Is there a lot of math in Engineering, is the math hard? how many math classes do I need to take to become an engineer? I answer those questions in this vide…
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Comments ( 25 )

  1. Bab owpbowp

    "You don't need to understand the meaning or the details" So basically find every short cut possible and do minimal work? Terrible video.

  2. Loathomar

    The top 50% of intelligence is BS, math and physics is generally the classes that cause people to drop from engineering and 60% of people who start engineering in college do not finish. Add that to the fact that engineering generally start with the top 10% of students in math, via SAT scores and AP classes. Also the fact that the average IQ from engineering is 120-125, meaning the top 5%. I would say you need to realistically be in the top 25% at least, and you will be working your ass off just to pass. Given the IQ data point, if you are at 120-125 IQ or the top 5th percentile, you will have the average work load from an engineering, which is a whole lot. When I talked to engineers about math, the idea that any math, other then maybe AP Calc, was always super easy. The idea that someone who had to work really hard to pass Algebra 2 going to try to be an engineering major would be scary and I would bet they failed after a year. Plus, starting at pre Calc in engineering will mean your college may last for more then 5 years.

  3. Steven Mak

    You made my decision so much easier with your videos. Going to new england tech for this. I wss getting nervous but!anythings possible

  4. Noah Avenell

    I have gone through around 30 videos about becoming an engineer and every new video I watch seems to say to me something different, half of them say I'll never pass, I should just give up this ambition before even starting, the other half always talk positively, saying things like: It's not that difficult, you'll be fine. I know nothing about maths, probably not even on a highschool level (I'm not blaming my school for that, I just procrastinated) all I know is EVERY comment makes me feel worse, but even so, I'm still in the grey. All I want to know is if this is a pipe dream, or is it actually possible for me to accomplish at all?

  5. Ryan Charles

    I'm going to school to become a Petroleum Engineer. I pay for my schooling, so I take it VERY serious and I try to pass with the best grade I can. Just a question, I don't know much about the career as of right now (first year in college). Will you learn everything as you get more experience doing the job? It'd be nice to get a response, thanks!

  6. Edward Soto

    Does this include Video, sound,and light!?q

  7. Dayton Griffin

    Which universities do you recommend for someone who wants to double major in mechanical and electrical engineering?

  8. Fernando Gallardo

    Yes it's true you need those four undergrad classes, but those are only the beginning.

  9. Daniel Baez

    Hey man I suck at math where do I begin study there's so many concepts 

  10. SepherStar

    Yes, you will need lots and lots of math for engineering. But you don't have to be someone who is a "math person" or someone who even likes math to be an engineer. Think of it this way. You probably write all the time, but that doesn't mean you like writing essays or are even good at writing essays. You write to communicate something, not usually for the sheer joy of writing. It's the same deal with math in engineering. It's more about dedication than anything. A lot of people who think they are math people actually drop out. It's not that the math necessarily gets more difficult. It's just that the nature of it changes and there is less arithmetic and more abstract concepts. When these "math people" who have always been good at math, start to struggle, they get discouraged and drop out, leaving people like me, who didn't think having to study 5 hours a day for complex analysis meant I was a failure, because I studied 5 hours a day for algebra too.

  11. masso172

    Engineering programs are fking designed to weed out students in college. Thats it. There are no good colleges or bad ones, they all just do the same and they rank on just how good they are at doing it. You cant calculate smart and talent with a grade. The material and procedures being taught these days are obsolete. I think it is stupid to be cramming so much math and equations rather than partaking on what really is required in the field. There is an immense waste of true potential when people are failed due to a dumb test meanwhile on the inside they have everything that takes to be an excellent engineer. This education system needs to change very dramatically, and if aspiring engineers are being turned away as described in forbes article, its the education system's damn fault.

  12. andr00123

    My university has way more math than just basic differential equations. 

  13. masso172

    Engineering programs are fking designed to weed out students in college. Thats it. There are no good colleges or bad ones, they all just do the same and they rank on just how good they are at doing it. You cant calculate smart and talent with a grade. The material and procedures being taught these days are obsolete. I think it is stupid to be cramming so much math and equations rather than partaking on what really is required in the field. There is an immense waste of true potential when people are failed due to a dumb test meanwhile on the inside they have everything that takes to be an excellent engineer. This education system needs to change very dramatically, and if aspiring engineers are being turned away as described in forbes article, its the education system's damn fault.

  14. Raymundo Flores

    Hi. I need some advice on which school I should transfer to as a Civil Engineering major. I got accepted to UCSD, UCD, UCLA and UCB. Which school do you think is best for a future engineer? I mean, they are probably all good, but what would distinguish between which school is better for certain circumstances and what are those circumstances? 

  15. HALO INSTINCTS

    First dislike :)

  16. Shahab Shahid

    I started taking calc and upper level math classes in college to be an engineer. I'm not the smartest person in the world but I managed to make A in all my math classes. I had to really work my ass off to get those 4 A's. The one thing I can say is that if you want to be an engineer it isn't how smart your and thing will come easy nooooo. But it is how badly you want to an engineer. People who drop are not willing to struggle and retake classes if you have to. I know people who have had to repeat a class 3 or more times. 

  17. Engineered Truth

    Some of you guys been asking for this video for a good minute lol

  18. Luke Riddoch

    The bending moment (or stress), or curvature, is maximum at the support for a cantilever beam where the boundary conditions are defined as deflection=0 and slope=0 at the support. The deflection would be maximum at the end of the caltever, not sure about your Abaqus model is seems to be very wrong to me.

  19. Dongd Li

    Hello , I like your video very much. Since English is not my native language, I can't understand you very well. So could you provide subtitle in the video,please? Thanks a lot.

  20. hardstyle905

    Engineering is math. If you hate maths, forget about it.

  21. freezzertime

    Regret watching this. Most if not ALL prof. and tchrs. hide behind complicated jargon. To hide the more obvious and lesser known fact, they don't know anything. And they don't Mathematics is a language to describe nature qua nature. And a strict awareness of the things that one experiences is required to be proficient in these courses.

  22. xxDunkOrDiexx

    Your abaqus example explanation is completely wrong. the stress is always highest at the fixed point on a cantilever beam under load. gg

  23. Nicholas Pinn

    How Much Math is Used in Engineering? Who should watch this video: All aspiring engineers and people curious about the life of an engineer in school. 

  24. rajesh sharma

    Maths in Engineering....Brought to you by Edulogiq.in

  25. U WUT M8?

    My school has linear alg and diff eq separate 

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