Calculus III & differential equations in one semester?

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elementG
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should i or should i not? any advice? here's my current fall08 schedule:
calculusIII
differential equations
mechanics of solids and fluids
general ed course

both calcIII and de are in the evening (back-to-back, 2 hours each). for those who have taken both of these classes, is it possible? or am i setting myself up to drop on of those during the semester? i hear that de isn't too bad of a course. if i take them separately, ill have to add another semester to my plan, making it 4 years in community college...ouch. any advice/insights would be appreciated.
 

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dsb5092
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If you haven't taken linear algebra yet i would replace d.e. with that and then take d.e. next semester
 
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ice109
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at community college? easily doable.
 
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huckmank
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I took DE/Cal III/EP II in my last semester at CC before transferring and it was a surprisingly light semester.
 
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SlideMan
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Agreed. DiffEq and Calc III are easily manageable together...especially at CC.
 
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bubbles
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I am taking similar courses this quarter - two math, one engineering, one GE. Easily doable.
 

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