anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello, I was wondering if any multi variable calculus is needed in order for one to complete a course in differential equations and linear algebra? Which is harder by the way?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the prerequisite for diffeq is calc3, but im not sure about linear algebra
anonymous
  • anonymous
I am just wondering since my school offers differential equations and linear algebra as one course. I am going over some of the linear algebra part and it seems like im learning the stuff from cal 3 all over again.
anonymous
  • anonymous
some school does that: differential equations and linear algebra together. The differential equation and linear algebra are elementary. In linear algebra, we learn how to solve a system of linear equations. Later in differential equations you can also solve it using linear algebra. At certain part, you need to find the determinant in order to solve a kind of differential equations

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anonymous
  • anonymous
differential equations is harder to most people, but linear algebra does a lot of work, compared to thinking :D
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thanks.

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