Many students enrolling in audio engineering programs are not fully aware of the importance of math and science for audio professionals. As a result, several undergraduates are intimidated by their coursework as they learn to support their creative endeavors with a technical background. Audio instructors, faced with these challenges, must find a way to actively engage and support these students in order for them to be successful in their future courses and career. I will demonstrate that introducing math and science through practical audio problems, students can better understand and acquire this level of knowledge.
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