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- Thread starter Jurrasic
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Well yea, that kinda goes for most things. For example in Calc 1, the chain rule. I used to have to write out what the inside and out side portions were and their derivatives out to the side. Now I constantly do all that in my head without even thinking about any of that. In fact derivatives as a whole I do in my head where I used to have to write out the steps on paper.

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I remember when the delta epsilon theory was so mystifying. Now its pretty intuitive and I find the idea a rather practical tool.

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I took Calculus I after a 4 year absence from ANY math class. IF I could go back now, I would earn an A easily. Calculus II, with all the integral techniques and applications, makes Calculus I look like a joke! BTW, I have a BA in English and am now attempting engineering with the faith that "Hey, anyone can do it!".

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I used to find basic integrals daunting. Now I can generally do them in my head.

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I remember a time when I couldn't do integration by parts in my head.

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