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Applying to Statistics/Financial Engineering PhD - should I take numerical analysis or mathematics for the physical sciences?


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Hi Everyone!,

 

This is my last semester as an undergraduate studying Statistics and I am trying to decide between taking "mathematics for the physical sciences" and "numerical analysis". The grading distribution for the "mathematics for the physical sciences" is much higher than that for numerical analysis. In the "mathematics for the physical sciences", we will touch on probability and statistics briefly but am not sure what we will do for numerical analysis. My question is, which class would you choose and would it be a bad idea to take mathematics for the physical sciences"? Thank you!!!

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