There are also people who quit social science programmes due to "unexpectedly high amount of reading" ;)About 50% of the students quit their studies in these subjects, and the main reason they give in studies about this sad phenomenon is the "unexpectedly high amount of math" they need to study a natural or engineering science
Publish or perishWell, sociology... Recently there was an article in a German newspaper by a german-philology professor who complained about the fact that young scholars produce more and more papers with the result that nobody reads all these papers anymore, because they are too busy to write them...
If a student is a good learner and can devote several hours each day to keep up with the course, I think Calc 1 can be done in eight weeks. For many students, however, they'd be better off taking the course during the regular school year.What mass classes do you, and others, recommend taking during a 8 week class? Which math is "easy" to absorb?
Seemingly very credible!There are also people who quit social science programmes due to "unexpectedly high amount of reading" ;)
That from a post now more than a month old, but the prerequisites are Algebra 1 & 2, Trigonometry, and possibly "Mathematical Analysis" which might be a course of slightly more advanced algebra combined with the main parts of Trigonometry.What are the requirments to enroll in Calc 1 in US?