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What is the difference between electrical, electronics and computer engineering and which one is harder ?

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  1. KenLJW
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    Actually in the world today a knowledge of all three is required but you may specialize in one more than another. Electrical you might design power supplies to a industrial plant and have to considered all he loads within so to have maximum power transfer. Electronic you may design filters, analog and digital, or others things like industrial process requiring some sort feedback system. In computer engineering you may require knowing various languages for assembly, C++, to higher languages. Generally the mathematics involved in the beginning for each may seem distinctly different but the further on goes the more one realizes there more alike.

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