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Any upperclassmen majoring in Math?

msllavoremsllavore Registered User Posts: 31 Junior Member
Hi. I'm a math major. I'm only in my second year and this quarter, I'm taking math 13. Sometimes I think the class is okay, but usually I just hate it. And it worries me that I hate it, cuz I keep hearing that math 13 is a preview of upper div classes. Is math 13 only hard now because it seems a bit overwhelming, or does it get easier in upper div? If I don't enjoy the proofs, but I like computing, should I stick with math as a major?

I'd really appreciate any kind of response.
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Replies to: Any upperclassmen majoring in Math?

  • xelinkxelink Registered User Posts: 1,125 Senior Member
    If you don't like proofs but you like computing, consider comp sci, applied and computation mathematics, quantitative economics and/or the statistics minor.

    I did quant econ and that stats minor. It wasn't too bad.
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