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ASU ULC MAT 210 - Brief Calculus: Calculus for Business and Economics
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Is there a reason you're going with ASU over StraighterLine for calculus?
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(05-21-2022, 01:18 PM)jsd Wrote: is the thinking there that i don't burn the $25 eligibility fee on Breif Calc if I don't like it? that's a good idea.

Yeah, and you shouldn't have to get into the really difficult stuff within the first week or two of Calc for Engineers. But it'll let you take the Gradarius platform for a spin.
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(05-21-2022, 01:20 PM)carrythenothing Wrote: Is there a reason you're going with ASU over StraighterLine for calculus?

Honestly just looks like an easier course, and I'm going for speed here.
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rachel83az Wrote:Suggestion: sign up for the self-paced Calculus for Engineers. Try it for 1-2 weeks. It uses the same platform. If you like it, sign up for the Brief Calculus and pay for the upgrade.

I think Rachel83Az's recommendation here is a very good idea. You can test out the platform and also just need to pay for an upgrade when you are set with taking it at ASU. The main thing right now I would ask is, do you need RA credits and want to continue onto a harder math related course later or would ACE work? If you want to ladder up later on, then ASU is the perfect choice. If you're just needing this for quick credit, Study.com and StraighterLine, even CLEP is available for Calculus.
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I don't need RA, it's just a simplified version of calculus that'll likely work better for me because I'm not the best with the subject. I can suffer the higher cost for an easier go. I'm very well familiar with the existence of ACE alternatives, I've been here for a while Big Grin

I won't be laddering up to more math credit. This is just a fun/vanity degree since I only needed a handful of classes to complete it. I don't need it, my job will pay for most of it, and I'm almost done (just calculus/capstone to go, plus a couple courses for the bonus certs/ASBA)
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(05-21-2022, 10:26 AM)jsd Wrote:
(05-21-2022, 03:57 AM)doom Wrote: It came in as MAT-231 when I transferred it in late 2020.

Thanks!

How was the course? Would you recommend it? Any tips or tricks? How was the course structure?

This is a review of the course that I posted back then.

https://www.degreeforum.net/mybb/Thread-...#pid323860

I think that Math is not something to approach in a rush, so if you need something quick and dirty, you should probably look somewhere else.

However, let me say that with your background I see no reason why you shouldn't make it.
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Awesome, thank you for the review! Good info.
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