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You could start at Calc 3. That's where you get your 3d vector operators Div Grad and Curl

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thrill3rnit3

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UCLA's Calculus system is 6 semesters:

31A/B

32A/B

33A/B

versus

the typical calc 1,2,3 linear algebra, differential equations typical path for most colleges and universities

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qntty

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UCLA's Calculus system is 6 semesters:

31A/B

32A/B

33A/B

versus

the typical calc 1,2,3 linear algebra, differential equations typical path for most colleges and universities

Is linear algebra covered in their calculus sequence?

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thrill3rnit3

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Is linear algebra covered in their calculus sequence?

yes.

33A is linear algebra, and 33B is intro to diff equations

so I guess their sequence is just like calc abcd + those two classes.

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