Hey, i just started calculus III at a local college and its a bit... weak. I know we're not going to jump right in and start doing calc with numerous variables, but it still seemed like it was going to be too easy. The review we did was pathetic. We did one differential equation and one integral. Then matched some terms. Worst was that a lot of the class did pretty poorly. I was expecting to be pretty far behind because i've only taken one AP calc class, bc level. But i really doubt that now. My professor said we'll mostly be working on being able to visualize 3 dimensions and how to graph functions in 3d. He said we likely won't do much calc at all until the very end of the course. I'm just curious, but it that regular? He said we mightn't do everything in the book, because thats for egineers and stuff, but i wonder if i should maybe just do the extra stuff on my own anyways then. I'm just wondering if the course is too easy and what other mosre challenging schools (which i hope to get in to) will be like.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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