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In the Problem Set of Unit 4, in the part of surface Area, problem 4G-5 I don't understand why the limits of integration go from 0 to 2 when the integration is made by "dy" and in the y-axis the upper limit is 4.
can i ask u abt math .im new student
Sure, I'll help with whatever I can :)
i cant know how to chat here.can i take ur facebook and ask u about some notes
And.. there's a green window at the reight bottom of the screen. It says Group Chat... just open it and start chatting
okay.can tell me what difference between calculus 1 and single variable calculus and algebra 1....i dont know difference....i want to start study and i dont from where start in calculus.thanks to reply
Ok, if I were you I'd start with single variable calculus, that is different from algebra. At my university we do single variable calculus and linear algebra in the first semester so I think that's a good point of start.
okay thanks.how many lectures take in both ?.its that first year to study math?
I'd advise you to take them all. First year study of physics in Colombia :)
thanks.but i hope to add u on fb to ask u when i need u in math.here it is hard to reach u next time when i need u. i just want to be friends if u want
thanks.but i hope to add u on fb to ask u when i need u in math.here it is hard to reach u next time when i need u. i just want to be friends if u want
thanks.but i hope to add u on fb to ask u when i need u in math.here it is hard to reach u next time when i need u. i just want to be friends if u want
which lecture r u in single variable calculus?
I'm finishing single variable already, I'm in lecture 94. Ok you can look for me as Claudia Grisales, write me an inbox if you need me
i cant reach u on fb .there lot of your name on fb.mine is mido_ahmed367@hotmail.com can u add me or give me your mail to reach u if possible.