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How is important is math for an auto engineer?

Is math REALLY that important if you want to be an auto engineer, and if you're really bad at math is there any chance you would make it anyway? Any answers appreciated!

Asked By: Fiiiiive - 3/14/2009
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I work in the Auto Industry and i am in engine development and research, let me break it down to you. Like any other industry, the auto industry has various facets... More
Answered By: Shyam K - 3/14/2009
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If you work for a supplier it is very important. They do all the engineering. Working for an auto company you just push papers. I don't know if you have read a paper but the auto industry isn't very good right now. The math is needed for the degree. If you can't do the math you won't get the degree.
Answered By: turtle_titan - 3/14/2009
 
It is very important... More
Answered By: docktet - 3/14/2009
 
math is important in everything we do no matter what the job if you sit back and really look at everyday life you are always useing math one way or another
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Answered By: Tim A - 3/14/2009
 
because math makes the world go round :D
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Answered By: lilmike t - 3/14/2009
 
Math is the language of ALL engineering (and science in general), so yes it is extremely important and vital. That said, I think if you work hard enough and are dedicated you can get over whatever math phobias you have. I was never a genius at math (and I scored higher on the verbal section of the SAT than the math... More
Answered By: BrandonR - 3/14/2009
 
engineering is all mathematics !! there is no meaning to engineering without mathematics.....
Answered By: Justin Case - 3/14/2009
 
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