Q: All Formulas for integration in engineering mathematics?

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Math is very useful in all of those subjects, especially chemistry formulas, physics gravity equations and engineering 3D objects/drawings.

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All branches of engineering involve knowledge of mathematics including college algebra and calculus. Since all types of engineering crossover various disciplins, many colleges require engineering students to take courses in physics and chemistry (both of which involve use of collee mathematics).

They all have quite a bit, but Electrical may have the most.

Apparently, you haven't had much exposure to Physics, Chemistry, or Engineering, have you. Yes, they all do. In increasing order of mathematical intensity, they are Chemistry Engineering Physics

Different formulas were discovered at different times, and by different people. In general, all the commonly-used formulas can be derived by a process called integration.

What are all the formulas in math? There are hundreds, too many to name here in all the categories of mathematics. Most of them are in geometry, for coordinate geometry, area, and volume.

Everything in engineering requires applications of mathematics. Is this a joke? Mathematics is the QUEEN of the sciences. she RULES engineering. Without math, you have no engineering, any kind of engineering. Think of Mathematics as the Venus of the sciences.

Math is the base for all science and engineer majors. You can find many engineering jobs that require math skills.

There are over 100 formulae in every branch of mathematics, wich means almost 10 thousand formulas. Nobody knows them all ...yet.

NO, you really have to be good at math to do science because of all the formulas

yes it does. it takes measurements and a lot of other things so it does take math