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Compassionate
Not a question, where are some good places to study calculus? I passed my calculus class back in 89, and I'm just looking for a site to study and solve practice problems to sharpen my skills.
why dont you try thomas and finnney.........calculus
@Compassionate Check this http://ocw.mit.edu/high-school/calculus/
inter is a free mathLab like site
interactmath.com that is, but internet explorer hates me
http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/resources/Strang/Edited/Calculus/Calculus.pdf
This one's pretty nice too http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/
Ah, so many sites.
just take book Advanced Engineering mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig you will find almost each and every maths topic covered .and lot of exercise Question good for person like you to improve skills.
Just for Calculus 'calculus early transcendentals' by James stewart is really good one worth studying .
so many sites so little time do you want to do problems or read? can try these videos http://patrickjmt.com/ or these which include links http://www.hippocampus.org/Calculus%20%26%20Advanced%20Math?uak=ipw and i hate internet explorer as much as it hates me
Depends entirely on your goals. If you want to study advanced mathematics, a book like Spivak's Calculus is the best option. If you just want to be able to do routine derivatives and integrals, you can practice them on Khan Academy. If you have more of a science mindset, probably MIT OCW. All depends on what you want to get out of it.
PatrickJMT.com ++ I know it's been said already but his videos are short and to the point. They are more College level based and will be the most useful IMO.