How do you feel now about some of the previously perplexing math classes that you've

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Taken previously? Right now does a calculus 1 class , seem easy to you, compared to when you first took it? Usually when you take math classes they seems kind of daunting at first and then when you do math beyond that what seemed kind of perplexing at first becomes super easy? Opinions?
 

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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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