• anonymous
So, out of this what most US colleges call Calc I and Calc II all rolled into one course? I was lazy when I got my degree (Business Admin of course) and now I am trying to make up for it, but I'm not sure if this isn't a bit on the fast side... Anyway, just this Calc I & II at the same time?
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  • anonymous
That depends. Semester, or quarter system? I believe multi-variable calculus is a separate course, and at my school (quarter system) that was Calc III. MIT is on the semester system, and I do think this course is Calc I and II. Anyone else actually know the answer to this? I'm speaking from my experience, but I haven't made it very far into calculus yet.

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