Project A (2) - Unit A Through my experience and knowledge,...

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Unit A Through my experience and knowledge, I would say Engineering is problem- solving that is applied to real life situations, not just a piece of paper. It is a career, hopefully a hobby as well, that requires thought and action instead of thought exclusively. However, how I came to choose this as a major, and expectantly a career, is a totally different story. I was enrolled in physics my junior year of high school and, just as I had expected, it was some of the most boring material I had ever learned. Add the fact that I didn’t quite understand most of the subjects covered and that my teacher wasn’t the best at… well… being a teacher, and the end result was the worst class possible to start off my day. It wasn’t until around the middle of February that we dove into electrostatics and electromechanics. As usual, I expected it to be uninteresting material that I didn’t understand. Oddly enough, as we proceeded further and further into the subject, I realized that I actually kind of enjoyed the work, and it wasn’t that difficult. Although the math
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course EE 302 taught by Professor Mccann during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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