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Does anyone know if we REALLY need MATH20D in order to take PHYS2C
So I've asked vac.ucsd before and they said MATH20D can be taken concurrently or prior to PHYS2C
however, I've heard numerous things about this
my friend took PHYS2C even before she took MATH20D and the webreg system allowed her to do so
someone took PHYS2A, 2B, 2D, 2CL in this order and I'm not so sure why he could do this because usually one is a required course for the next one (like PHYS2C is required before 2D)
I asked this question because I don't need MATH20D for my major but I'm stuck with PHYS2 series since I chose to take PHYS2A already instead of 1A and apparently, PHYS1C doesn't need MATH20D while PHYS2C kind of needs it.
So, it would be nice if I can avoid taking MATH20D if possible since my friend seemed to be able to get away with it.
but really, I know in MATH20D you learn about differential equations but I don't know if you need to know differential equations for PHYS2C though, anyone knows?
This is super confusing because while course catalog says MATH20D is needed as a coreq, the prereq. popup window from Schedule of Classes webpage doesn't even say that I need to take MATH20D