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    Studying Learning mathematics in an interdisciplinary program

    It is a tough call, since now I will have to again restart if I am to pick a new course. Other than MIT OCW, I haven't been able to find courses freely available in such an organized manner (notes/text + tests + exams). The MIT ocw course was very tough, and I was very demotivated by how much I...
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    Studying Learning mathematics in an interdisciplinary program

    Yes, Kline's book only covers single variate calculus. It is supposed to serve as my first step into learning more math.
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    Studying Learning mathematics in an interdisciplinary program

    Thanks for the reply. The current model we use consists of a system of differential equations, thus the direct motivation towards calculus. Plus, like you said, it is the prerequisite/foundation for other advanced mathematics. But my question is more about my particular method, is it best to...
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    Studying Learning mathematics in an interdisciplinary program

    Hello everyone! I finished a masters in integrative neuroscience about a year back, which was supposed to have a very strong mathematics tilt. Despite this, and the two semesters of mathematics, I feel that it did not help me out much. I ended up doing my masters thesis in a lab of physicists...
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