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Duh!! What can be done about it. Only the brightest and best can expect to graduate from most engineering schools. And most do have to study. Other majors are less work, easier, and allow more time for partying.

If computers do most of the work, do students still need to learn all those formulas and work all those problems at the end of the chapter?

Can the rigor be watered down and still produce quality graduates?
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