Vmedvil2 Posted January 25 Report Share Posted January 25 (edited) This is the set of courses for a mathematics major in college would take for a bachelor's degree in their major courses. Year 1: Calculus 1 = https://www.scienceforums.com/topic/38852-calculus-1-lectures/ Year 2: Calculus 2 = https://www.scienceforums.com/topic/38853-calculus-2-lectures/ Year 3: Calculus 3 = https://www.scienceforums.com/topic/38854-calculus-3-lectures/ Year 4: Differential Equations = https://www.scienceforums.com/topic/38855-differential-equations-lectures/ P.S. This is not a accredited program if you learn this material you would probably do well in a actual college program for mathematics. Edited January 25 by Vmedvil2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

buttocksboss Posted April 20 Report Share Posted April 20 (edited) Hello, what an insightful post! If a student learns these courses before getting into a proper academic degree, it would help them a lot in their degrees. The main concepts that you need before getting into college are described in this post. The first is Algebra. Algebra is one of the most difficult math subjects for many pupils. However, because it takes up a considerable section of many math examinations, it is critical to devote a significant amount of revision time to it. The second is Angles. You must be aware of the many sorts of angles. A quarter turn, often known as a right angle, is 90 degrees, a half turn is 180 degrees, and a complete turn is 360 degrees. When looking at images on your math sheets, a little square is used to signify a right angle, so you can quickly differentiate this.To learn more about angles, visit this website: [mytutorsource.hk/blog/what-is-a-90-degree-angle]. The third is Fractions. Exam questions about fractions might be challenging, so prepare ahead of time. You can very much ensure that fractions will appear on your college entrance exam, so mastering this area of mathematics is essential. Edited April 20 by buttocksboss Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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