Who is here for Calculus tonight?

- anonymous

Who is here for Calculus tonight?

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- anonymous

depends on the calculus

- anonymous

Are you working on MIT OCW Scholar Single Variable Calculus?

- anonymous

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- anonymous

Are you working on MIT OCW Scholar Single Variable Calculus?

- anonymous

Just looking to see who else is working on MIT OCW Scholar Single Variable Calculus, but is in the General Math chat instead...

- anonymous

Try logging in to the MIT OCW Scholar Single Variable Calculus group at 8 PM Eastern Time, maybe several of us will start being around that group at the same time. Pass it on...

- anonymous

what exactly do you do at this group??

- anonymous

There is an online class that you can do anytime. The group here is the study group for the classmates to ask and answer questions with each other. But, there are few people there at the same time. So I am trying to promote 8 PM as a good time to find others in the same place.

- anonymous

Lagrange, do you know about this?
http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-01sc-single-variable-calculus-fall-2010/

- anonymous

how do you go about discussing problems, just through chat, or is there a whiteboard type application

- anonymous

It is exactly like this - it is a group on OpenStudy.com

- anonymous

hmm, and who decides what problem we discuss, or is it based on some sort of text book

- anonymous

From the home page, click "all groups" at the bottom of the main group list, and you can look at it.

- anonymous

Just like in here, anybody asks any question, any time.

- anonymous

So, you ask or answer according to your wishes.

- anonymous

i might do there and school you guys, that is if people actually show up

- anonymous

I would like some schooling :)

- anonymous

yeah, i will tell a friend of my who is taking calc 2 she was looking for a study group

- anonymous

There is a multivariable calc study group too, but I am in Calc 1.

- anonymous

The MIT professors are AMAZING. AWESOME lectures.

- anonymous

are they also there? in the study group

- anonymous

No, at the link I posted above, which is http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-01sc-single-variable-calculus-fall-2010/ , the entire class is recorded live and posted with lecture notes, worked problems, mathlet apps to demo concepts, and a link to OpenStudy which is how I found this place!

- anonymous

It is a FREE online course, anybody can do at their own pace. I use it to supplement my local college Calc I studies because I am nutty that way. :)

- anonymous

so, this group at 8 will only be for like calc 1 though right? you problably wont be discussing question like application of integration right

- anonymous

I am learning limits, continuity, and differentiation techniques right now. So, I am not up to integration yet.

- anonymous

Except very simple ones.

- anonymous

okay, will maybe i will stop

- anonymous

I am going to try to log in each night around 8 PM NYC Eastern Time. Maybe others will, too. Pass it on. Calc one, we will be meeting up in the MIT OCW SCHOLAR (not 18.01!!) Single Variable Calculus group on OpenStudy.com

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