anonymous
  • anonymous
I am learning Calculus on my own and I have a decision to make. Should I just stick to the curriculum my high school class requires and study for my AP in the spring or should I move on to multi-variable Calculus and expand my body of knowledge?
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dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
I haven't taken calculus, But i would say try a lil bit of both see which one u like better
dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
Then do the one u can understand better and stuff
anonymous
  • anonymous
cool cool, thank you! :)

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dmezzullo
  • dmezzullo
Anytime :) Welcome to Openstudy!! Btw
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thank you for welcoming me!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
class syllabus is organised by experienced teachers according to the needs of industry and psychology of child. Stick with syllabus and if you have interest you should learn more as well.

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