Why for proposition 48 does it show JUST the greater term, EF, as being a first binomial line, instead of the whole, as the proposition states? For the next two props, the whole line is listed as the binomial lines in question...
I'm going to be graduating soon with a degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering. I've already got a job lined up, but from what I can tell, engineering in industry is often non-technical, uninteresting work.
I want to eventually move into something like R&D, where I might actually do some design work or interesting research. Should I get a Masters Degree as a part time student? Would I actually get more interesting work if I do this, or are masters degrees only memes? What will a masters degree do for me?
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>>7759976 >I've already got a job lined up, but from what I can tell, engineering in industry is often non-technical, uninteresting work.
Then you have the wrong job. Git gud, find a better job, and then do what >>7760093 said. Most decent employers will pay for college courses.
Going back for a master's is more useful, IMO, when you have a few years of experience under your belt and have a good idea of what the industry is... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Whenever you look at a proof to a hard, unsolved problem nowadays it looks very tedious, complex, and messy, and to an extent this is to be expected, but it's also almost like human intuition wouldn't be helpful, and that you would be better off having a computer search for a proof for you. Is this the new norm? Is elegance going to no longer be a part of math?
you need a tube for the end on your right welded to a circular plate, with a hole in the center. Then you need a pipe for the main body. I don't know wtf you have going on on the left.
What kind of valve depends on what you want to do, how you want to actuate it, how you need to control flow. If this thing is going to be moving and not a bench model you will need an electrically actuated valve. Which means you will also need to carry a battery. If you need precise metering of the ox flow, or if you need a wide... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Sup /sci/ I've finished my first Analysis course and now I learned the following:
>Basic set theory >Axioms of the real numbers >Topology of the real numbers (closure of a set, accumulation points, etc.) >Compactness >Sequences >Continuity >Differentation and Riemann Integration >Series and Power Series Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello I've recently discontinued the SSRI Lexapro after six years and show all the major symptoms of ssri deficiency including severe depression, anxiety, irritability, nausea, and dizziness and I was wondering if you guys had any insights about what I can do or take to help return my brain chemistry and mood to normal.
Obviously, I have talked to several doctors, psychiatrists, counselors, etc. More than 50 at least- I've lost count. None of them have helped me. They've made matters worse. This is a last resort. I had posted on the /adv/ as well.
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