Originally Posted By: Cary

Off Topic, but... - snip -
A long time ago when I went to school (graduated in '88) we had three Calc classes (1, 2, and 3) and then Differential Equations. The last one was the hardest only because it got more abstract and more difficult to visualize what was going on. I'm not a math whiz by any means so I really had to buckle down on it but did well. I'm passionate about electronics though and that's what got me through smile


Calc was OK for me (enjoyed it) and Diff EQ depends on the professor. It can be a purely plug-n-chug affair or pure theory. Linear Algebra (not the ones people take in high school!) was really tough for me. After CALC I & II and Diff Eq, Linear Algebra tied it all in - but was very difficult at times.

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