anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello guys, I finished taking all the math classes (did Statistics and BC calc) offered at my high school last year(junior year) and am really interested in self-studying at least one Math-related course. I started watching the lectures for Multivariable Calculus, but am wondering if I might be better of learning something else i.e. diff eq, Linear Algebra, etc. Is it recommended to pursue learning multivariable, or will any of the other courses be more applicable to take at this time?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
According to the syllabuses Multivariable Calculus is a prerrequisite for diff. equations and linear algebra, though I've worked on some diff. eq. and lin. alg. with only knowledge of Single Variable Calculus without being too lost

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