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(1). How will mastering Calculus bring beneficial understandings, ones that cannot be seeing easily through other mathematics, to the learning to physics?

(2). What is the true meaning of derivatives, other than just performing some calculations based on some specific rules, at least that is what it appears to be to me, right now.

(3). Physics B, which is a highschool course for students who had trigonometry, will Calculus be a special part here or in Physics C? Assuming the student has very good algebra/geometry/trigonometry background and is enrolled in calculus while taking Physics B.

(4). What are somethings in Physics that only with Calculus knowledge can be proven or solved?

(5). Some tips for learning Calculus and Physics B, XOR C. Assuming the student has great algebra/geometry/trig background and has enrolled in Physics PAP in the freshman year.

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-Tom