>Still, isn't it better to learn the math first and apply it later?
I think you're right, because if you don't know the theory you won't be able to apply it to the real life. You may use some math tools but you wonÃÂ´t know why. But I think that you need learn hwo to apply it, and if possible at the same time. I t means, learn both, math and practise, at the same time.
> As engineers we seem to limit ourselves to learning just the part that is useful to us > and not one bit extra. What do you math people have to say about this? Do you > agree that studying math gives you a greater perspective than the engineer?
I'm studying engineering and I don't think that math people would have a greater perspective than the engineer. I think that engineer have a greater perspective than math because we can see the proccess from the begening to the end, it means, we see the basic math and we apply it to the real life.
> I ask because I am considering leaning more toward math and less toward > engineering in my future education.
I think both are necesary.
> I would love to hear your opinions. Here you are mine.