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Engineering student, looking to augment my education with some additional math knowledge.

Math I have taken formally:

  • discrete mathematics
  • calculus
  • differential equations
  • linear algebra
  • vector calculus
  • probability & statistics

Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
31
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
25
comment Parametrization Question
It's hard to tell what your confusion is. For a line integral, you're integrating with respect to the curve. You only parameterize a curve with a single variable, so you wouldn't use $dx dy$.
Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
28
revised What is the summation notation for the Fibonacci numbers?
username change
Jun
28
comment What is the summation notation for the Fibonacci numbers?
@DantheMan Because it's just taking two numbers and adding them together. It's basically just the definition of the Fibonacci sequence.
Jun
28
accepted Does anyone know why this inclusion exclusion calculation isn't working?
Jun
28
comment Does anyone know why this inclusion exclusion calculation isn't working?
@askyle Whoops, sorry. Didn't realize I hadn't accepted an answer yet.
Jun
21
revised What is your intuitive understanding of infinity?
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Jun
11
comment How to Calculate the 2 balance points “Swinging Sticks” physics toy/desk sculpture??
Related: math.stackexchange.com/questions/274663/…. And here I thought I was the only one who found this mathematically interesting :)
Jun
10
answered Simultaneous equations
Jun
10
comment Evaluate integral
@Tunk-Fey That's probably not the asker's issue, since he/she is getting 0 as a result.
May
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Find the value of $(a,b)$
Mar
27
accepted Why is the supremum of the empty set $-\infty$ and the infimum $\infty$?
Mar
11
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
2
answered How to find integrals using limits?
Oct
21
comment calculating degenerancy
@user7530 It very much pertains to quantum mechanics. The problem is directly taken from a quantum mechanics textbook. It seems you have a very weak understanding of quantum mechanics. Also, your suggestion is helpful, but I need some way to find the next highest one from $50$.
Oct
20
asked calculating degenerancy