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Coursera Calc 2
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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?
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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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(08-08-2019, 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.
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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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(08-08-2019, 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

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