[Blindmath] relearning calculus

Joseph Lee joseph.lee22590 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 20 16:07:13 CDT 2013

When I need some fresh reminders, I find YouTube useful just like what
Sina said. But I think you could remember the rest if you know at
least a few things from way back, like limits, doing some derivative
rules, difference between antiderivatives and definite integrals and
the fundamental theorem. At least Wikipedia is a good starting point
also, as it has a few pages dedicated to listing differentiation and
integration rules. And once you know one-dimension, going to
multivariables would be easier (I think).
HOpe this helps.

On 3/20/13, John G. Heim <jheim at math.wisc.edu> wrote:
> I need to relearn calculus. I have a BS in math so 30years ago I went
> way beyond calculus. But I don't remember a darn thing from back then.
> Can anyone recommend a good on-line course or perhaps just a place with
> good accessibility that offers on-line math courses?
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