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Is there really going to be a calculus group? How was that decided? Why wouldn't there be a Linear Algebra group?

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why not request a number theory group @estudier ...........
It was decided since calculus is a much more advanced part of mathematics. However, calculus in itself will be a subset of mathematics.
Much more advanced than what? It's just a bunch of formulas and computation (leaving aside real analysis).

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If you want to divide up the university curriculum, then Calculus and Linear Algebra have equal weight.
Then again, dividing by subject matter might be a mistake. Why not divide by beginner, intermediate and advanced (or any such gradation)?
I agree.
i think Discrete Mathematics is just as important as Linear Algebra....it's all about wits after all....
Indeed it is however this tends to be presented more and more by computing/CS departments. Anyway, it is another reason not to divide by subject.
We can't divide up every form of mathematics. We'll end up with a million different subjects. They'll be more segregation of groups since black and white people on a 1900's bus.
I heard that, we *are* going to have little groups and parent groups too.
" little groups and parent groups" ?
Pardon me, what I meant was 'child groups'.
i wonder what OSF's child group is
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Well We Have A Mathematics Group Which Counts For All Subs Including Calculus And Linear Algebra.So Do We Really Need To Make So Many Portions ?
Oh, so it's a subgroup, not a separate group? I still not too sure about subbing by subject....

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