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Trig is serious.

It involves too much memorization.

just caught this after my post...Trig is such B.S.

Linear Alegbra was cool til I got to the 4th year level.....then it became just like Trig to me. Couldnt stand it

Who took Differential Equations?

Cal 3 was ridiculous. Taylor and Mclauren series was painful to me. The physics as long as you took them in series with the cal classes was easy. The math you learned in cal was applied in pysics so it helped a lot.Yeah , I couldn't get into Physics although I was good at Math. After hitting you with X & Y most of your life they them introduced Z . You never really start seeing the importance in Calculus until 3. I never took Calculus 4 though :scratch

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Post an example.Who took Differential Equations?

Linear Circuits and Signals.

Differential equations has a prerequisite of Cal 3 if I remember correctly. It's a math elective like linear algebra. (Not that there same but another elective).Post an example.

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I did.Who took Differential Equations?

Is it easier than Cal 2?I did.

Depends on how well you did in Cal 2 and 3. It's applied mathematics. So it builds upon what you learned. If you struggled in Cal 2, you will probably struggle in Dif EQs.Is it easier than Cal 2?

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