anonymous
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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.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can i ask u abt math .im new student
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sure, I'll help with whatever I can :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
i cant know how to chat here.can i take ur facebook and ask u about some notes

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anonymous
  • anonymous
And.. there's a green window at the reight bottom of the screen. It says Group Chat... just open it and start chatting
anonymous
  • anonymous
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
anonymous
  • anonymous
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.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay thanks.how many lectures take in both ?.its that first year to study math?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'd advise you to take them all. First year study of physics in Colombia :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
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
anonymous
  • anonymous
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
anonymous
  • anonymous
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
anonymous
  • anonymous
which lecture r u in single variable calculus?
anonymous
  • anonymous
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
anonymous
  • anonymous
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.

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