• anonymous
I want to learn engineering online for free.Do you know where do I start? I want a complete course :)
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  • KenLJW
Go to and look up the subject area wanted. For example for mechanical engineering look up statics, dynamics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics at least that the sequence I went through, for electrical engineering you can start with MIT 6.002 curciuts on this site, book also available at
  • anonymous
try wikihow. just type in what exactly what you want to learn.
  • Koikkara
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