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Jonathan Bello
What type of math do you need to know in the engineering and architecture field? View All


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Jake Banman
Well, you will use alot of Geometry and Algebra most of the time. The odd time some Calculas may be useful, but in rare cases.

Dont worry about Calculas, if you take it, you'll find out its not so bad, its just manipulated Algebra. But mostly Geometry and Algebra.

Statics(Physics of Stationary Objects) uses some as well, but thats a physics/engineering class...used Structural Engineers more.

Hope that helps.


6 years ago

Source: Collge, been there done that...and work @ the architectural company


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