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- Jan 31, 2012

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yeah I could never remember the converge diverge tests

Calc 4 was multiple Integrals at least here it was

Calc 4 was multiple Integrals at least here it was

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- Aug 6, 2015

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Your post reminds me that during college I felt like complex analysis was easier than real analysis.I'm in Calculus III now, let me just tell you all - it is SO MUCH EASIER than Calculus II. I went through hell in Calculus II. Calculus III is so much easier that it's kind of ridiculous. What's Calculus 4 like?

- Aug 30, 2012

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When I went through Calc II was integration and Calc III was 3D stuff. Calc IV sort of existed... they called it Differential Equaitons." (The catalog needed to be updated.)I'm in Calculus III now, let me just tell you all - it is SO MUCH EASIER than Calculus II. I went through hell in Calculus II. Calculus III is so much easier that it's kind of ridiculous. What's Calculus 4 like?

Well, sometimes complex analysis is. At least for us numbnuts that only have to use it, not to prove the methods.Your post reminds me that during college I felt like complex analysis was easier than real analysis.

-Dan

- Aug 6, 2015

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Well, college students did only need to prove the methods.When I went through Calc II was integration and Calc III was 3D stuff. Calc IV sort of existed... they called it Differential Equaitons." (The catalog needed to be updated.)

Well, sometimes complex analysis is. At least for us numbnuts that only have to use it, not to prove the methods.

- Aug 30, 2012

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Not me. I was in a Physics curriculum.Well, college students did only need to prove the methods.

-Dan