08082019, 08:19 PM
I want to do calc two from Coursera, but I'm not sure which of their courses corresponds to Calc 2. Is single variable calculus the same thing as calc two?
Coursera Calc 2

08082019, 08:19 PM
I want to do calc two from Coursera, but I'm not sure which of their courses corresponds to Calc 2. Is single variable calculus the same thing as calc two?
08082019, 08:59 PM
I'm pretty sure calculus 2 is still single variable. It's more integration, I think McLaren series or whatever his name is, revolving around x and y axis, and etc... is what I remember. I'm not sure Coursera is ACE accredited though. You may want to check that if you trying to transfer it in.
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08082019, 09:02 PM
(08082019, 08:59 PM)MrBossmanJr Wrote: I'm pretty sure calculus 2 is still single variable. It's more integration, I think McLaren series or whatever his name is, revolving around x and y axis, and etc... is what I remember. I'm not sure Coursera is ACE accredited though. You may want to check that if you trying to transfer it in. Coursera is not for credit. I just want to learn it through them first so I don't need to pay a monthly subscription to Straiterline for more than one month. Therefore, I need to know if their course will be Calculus Two.
08082019, 09:53 PM
What topics are covered in Calculus 1 vs Calculus 2 differ depending on the specific classes, so you should see if the syllabus is available for StraighterLine's version to know what you're going to need to learn. Typically, Calculus 1 focuses on differential calculus while Calculus 2 focuses on integral calculus
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08082019, 09:59 PM
(08082019, 09:53 PM)mysonx3 Wrote: What topics are covered in Calculus 1 vs Calculus 2 differ depending on the specific classes, so you should see if the syllabus is available for StraighterLine's version to know what you're going to need to learn. Typically, Calculus 1 focuses on differential calculus while Calculus 2 focuses on integral calculus Thanks! 
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