Hi, I'm currently taking ap calc bc as a senior in high school. Since trig sub and power reduction formula is not apart of the ap curriculum our class is skipping it. Assuming I pass the test and get credit for it, I will probably skip calc 2 in college. If I continue to study math and physics in college will the fact that I don't know trig sub put me at a disadvantage; will I need to learn trig sub in college? Or can i just never learn it? Thank you.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Can you skip trig substitution?

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