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 one year ago
Hi, I'm studying Single Variable Calculus 18.01SC on the OCW website and my question is the following;
Is the homework the "Worked Examples" on each
SESSION or is the "Problem Set 1" at the end of PART A.
Or do I do the "Problem Set 1" after I finish ALL the sessions?
Can someone tell me how to go about doing the problems with each lecture sessions? Thanks
 one year ago
Hi, I'm studying Single Variable Calculus 18.01SC on the OCW website and my question is the following; Is the homework the "Worked Examples" on each SESSION or is the "Problem Set 1" at the end of PART A. Or do I do the "Problem Set 1" after I finish ALL the sessions? Can someone tell me how to go about doing the problems with each lecture sessions? Thanks

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n1tr0
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The homework is not the worked examples, it is the problem set 1. This problem set actually covers part A and part B. Each of the 5 units have one problem set to cover the whole unit. Do the problem set part by part as you cover the sessions. The problem set actually lines up more closely with the whole lectures, rather than the sessions. For example, the first 7 50 minute full lectures correspond to the parts 1A, 1B, 1C... in the problem set, so you can complete each part of the pset after watching that lecture. The videos in the sessions are just important parts of the full lectures cut out, so there wont be that perfect of a correspondence between the sessions and sections of the pset. But make sure you do the pset, that is where the bulk of the material and practice lies.
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