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If I understand correctly, you state and cite formulas, then derive a further formula. Presumably, the derivation isn't new, and you are concerned that you didn't provide a source for the derivation. Given that you consider the further formula to be well-known, it perhaps doesn't matter so much. Nonetheless, to protect yourself, you could email your ...


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I suggest that if you want letters that won't become relevant for a few years, that you tell the writers that so that they might be able to update their recommendations at the appropriate time, without forgetting you. Keeping in touch is also useful for that. I don't know the procedures at Waterloo, but some universities require direct transmission from the ...


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While the accepted answer to the question is almost universally true, Excelsior College is a non-profit, regionally-accredited institution whose primary mission is to help students complete their degrees. They don't offer a degree in mathematics, but may allow you to obtain a degree that would permit you to enter a U.S. graduate program. If you are able to ...


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Recently (2020 Oct 27) I have confirmed my education by the US standards: 100.50 semester hours of undergraduate credit A typical diploma in the US is 120 semester hours. So, you're a bit short. Be aware, however, that each school will make its own determination as to which classes can be transferred. Typically, they will look at the syllabus and determine ...


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No real US university will award a degree to a student who has not taken any courses at that university. What you want is not possible. To award a degree, you must earn credits from the university. Typically, this is at least half the total credits required for the degree.


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The usual, and normally a good, way is to get an advisor at the university if you don't already have one and discuss this with them. It could save you a lot of grief later and their advice would be more valid in your circumstances than mine. You may also need to discuss this with the company in case any trade secrets are involved in the application. But, in ...


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