It will be ok, I'm a second year EE, and I have noticed that there are more tradies in my classes trying to get an engineering education than high school-leavers. This might be for a career progression or want to understand the technical aspect of the built environment. So if tradies can do uni...
I did General Mathematics 2 for my HSC subject. Then I did a bridging course for Advanced Mathematics at my university that covered two years of equivalent of HSC Advanced Mathematics content in 12 weeks lol , for a engineering technology degree. So its possible :)
Dose anyone have a formula sheet for linear algebra, since my uni course does not have one and I'm too lazy to compile a single sheet of formulas?
It needs to cover:
What are your thoughts on this?