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Topic: College Admissions
Replies: 15   Last Post: Jul 31, 2000 11:38 PM

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the Human Race

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: Re College admissions
Posted: Jul 30, 2000 7:50 PM
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This is really a function of what you plan on doing with your math
education. I recommend that you talk to someone in the math department
where you attend and tell them what you plan on doing with your education.
If you are simply wanting a good education, I recommend studying in all
of those areas. Rarely does one wind up with knowledge that has no value.
bob
Bob Houston
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Bridgeport, Texas 76426
rhouston@wf.net
Need Guidance <none@none.non> wrote in message
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> I just finished Calc 3 and am now suddenly faced with the dillema
> of what to take next semester. What exciting new branch of math should
> I learn next? I have the option of taking differential equations,
> linear algebra, introduction to Analysis , or Statistics. Could
> someone give me a brief description of each subject? Which is the
> most interesting? What about difficulty level? What about taking
> two at at a time? Thanks.



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