Do Electronics Engineering Technicians do much math in their jobs?
I'm currently doing the HSC in high school and I'm interested in becoming an Electronics Engineering Technician. I'm interested in the amount of mathematics they have to do in their jobs; I imagine the qualified Engineers would do that? The subjects I do are: General Maths Standard English Business Studies Earth & Environmental Science Biology I also hear it's possible to become a qualified Electronics Engineer at one stage in your career path if you become an Electronics Engineering Technician.
Asked By: Johnsa - 4/22/2009
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You need basic math and algebra skills at a minimum. How much will depend upon the circuits and products you work with. Consider working on a simple analog circuit vs digital signal or video processing and the math involved... More
Answered By: Mark G - 4/26/2009
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I did Differential Calculus but that was over 20 years ago not sure what the courses are today
Answered By: Will - 4/22/2009
If you will be working side-by-side with EE's you will need math. A qualified Engineer needs to have sharp people around him or her.
Answered By: alexh202020 - 4/23/2009
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