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synchronizer

  • one year ago

Hello. I'm wondering if the MIT opencourse offers any certificate of achievement or if it's purely for self-betterment (which would be fine anyway. I want to review Calculus I).

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  1. creeksider
    • one year ago
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    No certificate, just the warm glow you get from inhaling the beauty of calculus.

  2. synchronizer
    • one year ago
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    Good enough! I took Ap Calculus AB in High school but didn't feel ready enough for Calculus II in college, since Calculus I goes more in depth. In the meantime, I'm not able to take a math course, so I'd love to review anyway.

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