Question by  sandal (12)

How does an engineer use algebra daily?

I want to be an engineer but don't really get algebra so I need to know how important it is.


Answer by  Mathmeteachin (192)

An engineer uses mathematics all the time. From calculating the slopes of lines, to making predictions about how much gas in a reservoir. Depending on what type of engineer you choose to be, you will use varying degrees of Algebra, but in all instances Algebra lays the foundation for the math you will need to become an engineer. Study hard!


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

An engineer can use algebra to determine the load on a specific beam in a bridge. They will use algebra to determine the stresses on a specific part of a physical item.


Answer by  benjiross (993)

Most engineers need to use algebra (basic and advanced) during their work. However its much easier than you think and with time anyone can get to use it practically as they need. So don;t worry about it!


Answer by  unni (259)

I cant understand what you mean about an algebra use in the life of an engineer. each and everyone get the chance to use algebra.


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Answer by  Dhivyacomcubegmailcom (86)

Smeone who did not learn all the algebra that leads to those answers would actually be able to solve the kinds of problems engineers have to deal with. But very often this observation is based on the fact that an engineer could use rather complex algebra. Engineer use algebra every day to solve logic problems.


Answer by  Anonymous

The way an engineer uses algebra is like the way you use air. You NEED it to live. SO you need algebra to succeed in the career of engineering.


Answer by  Anonymous

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